The Paris Administrative Court condemned the French State for the anticipated implementation of State aid in breach of Art. 88.3 EC (Salmon Arc-en-Ciel)

By a decision of 23 January 2006, the Administrative Court of Appeal of Paris condemned the French State for having implemented a measure classified as State aid before the European Commission completes its examination procedure of the compatibility of the measure with the Common Market, in breach of Article 88 (3) EC Treaty (article 93 (3) at the time of the facts). The measure in question aimed at helping the textile, clothing and leather/footwear industries, by the relief of social security contributions within the framework of negotiations for the reduction of the working time. This measure, which was experimental, consisted precisely of an exemption of the totality of the employers' contributions for the guaranteed minimum wage and of a degressive relief on wages to up one and a

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  • Schmitt Avocats (Paris)

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Elias Berkani, The Paris Administrative Court condemned the French State for the anticipated implementation of State aid in breach of Art. 88.3 EC (Salmon Arc-en-Ciel), 23 January 2006, e-Competitions January 2006, Art. N° 593

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