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The EU Court of Justice confirms the Commission’s decision finding the German investment subsidy for the yarn sector to constitute illegal and incompatible aid (Deufil)

24 February 1987: The EU Court of Justice confirms the Commission decision finding the German investment subsidy for the yarn sector to constitute illegal and incompatible aid (Deufil v Commission) [1] Background The judgment follows an action for annulment brought by a polyamide yarn manufacturer, Deufil. The action is directed against the Commission Decision finding that aid amounting to DM 2.945.000 granted to the applicant in 1983 under the German law relating to investment subsidies, was illegal since it was granted without prior notification and was incompatible with the common market within the meaning of Article 92 EEC [2], and should therefore be recovered from the recipient. The investment subsidy was granted by the German authorities for the purpose of replacing the

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Diana Calciu, The EU Court of Justice confirms the Commission’s decision finding the German investment subsidy for the yarn sector to constitute illegal and incompatible aid (Deufil), 24 February 1987, e-Competitions May 1987, Art. N° 109708

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