The EU Court of Justice dimisses the appeal of the Commission in relation to the failure to act as regards a state aid measure allegedly granted to Italian airlines (Ryanair)

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Exceptional Circumstances, Natural Disasters, Commercial Risk and Rights of Complainants* [1] Rights of Complainants Concerning Unlawful Aid: Case C-615/11 P, European Commission v Ryanair, 16 May 2013 [2] The European Commission appealed against the judgment of the General Court in case T-442/07 Ryanair v Commission. The General Court had found that the Commission did not fulfil its obligations under the Treaty because it failed to adopt a decision in respect of the transfer of 100 employees of Alitalia which was the subject of a complaint set out in a letter of 16 June 2006 that was sent to

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Phedon Nicolaides, The EU Court of Justice dimisses the appeal of the Commission in relation to the failure to act as regards a state aid measure allegedly granted to Italian airlines (Ryanair), 16 May 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin May 2013, Art. N° 59684

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