The EU Commission imposes to Spain to recover around €167 million corresponding to illegal tax benefits granted to a postal operator (Correos)

State aid: Spain needs to recover around €167 million of incompatible aid from postal operator Correos* The European Commission has found that Correos, the publicly-owned Spanish postal operator, was overcompensated for the delivery of its universal postal service obligation between 2004 and 2010, and also benefited from incompatible tax exemptions. Spain now has to recover around €167 million from Correos. Spain has entrusted Correos with the universal postal service obligation, which consists of the delivery of basic postal services throughout the country at affordable prices and at

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European Commission, The EU Commission imposes to Spain to recover around €167 million corresponding to illegal tax benefits granted to a postal operator (Correos), 10 July 2018, e-Competitions Bulletin July 2018, Art. N° 87379

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