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The French Administrative Court of Melun rejects a claim that tax on carcass disposal service constitutes unlawful State aid (Picard Surgelés)

Brief description of the facts and legal issues In 1996, the French government set up a system for the free collection and disposal of animal carcasses and slaughterhouse waste for farmers and slaughterhouses. This system was financed by a tax payable by any person active in the retail sale of meat at the distribution level. Picard, the leading distributor of frozen products in France, contested the

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Jacques Derenne, Alix Müller-Rappard, The French Administrative Court of Melun rejects a claim that tax on carcass disposal service constitutes unlawful State aid (Picard Surgelés) , 11 March 1999, e-Competitions Bulletin March 1999, Art. N° 28259

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