The French Civil Supreme Court rejects claim that State aid gave Italian competitor an unfair advantage during a call for tenders (Ducros)

Brief description of the facts and legal issues In 1990, the claimant, a building company, submitted a bid for an extension to the Marseille airport, for which an Italian company was finally selected. It sued the Italian company in the commercial courts for damages for unfair competition, arguing that the Italian company had been able to make the best offer because of aid previously granted to it

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  • Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton (Brussels)
  • European Commission (Brussels)

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Jacques Derenne, Alix Müller-Rappard, The French Civil Supreme Court rejects claim that State aid gave Italian competitor an unfair advantage during a call for tenders (Ducros), 15 June 1999, e-Competitions June 1999, Art. N° 29886

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