Three French Courts acknowledged State’s liability towards aid recipients for not having granted un-notified State aid (Kélian / Fontanille / Salmon Arc-en-ciel)

These two cases are in relation to the setting of the plan Borotra (Article 99 of Law n° 96-314 of 12 April 1996 implementing various economic and financial provisions [1]) aimed at fighting the fall of employment in the textile, clothing, leather and footwear industries. The Law permitted the State, on an experimental and temporary basis, to grant to employers in the textile, clothing, leather and footwear industries additional reductions in social charges in respect of low-paid employees in consideration for their adoption of framework agreements on the maintenance and development of employment which would take account of negotiations among the social partners in those sectors on the reorganisation and reduction of working time. The State granted an additional reduction of social

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Jean-Yves Chérot, Three French Courts acknowledged State’s liability towards aid recipients for not having granted un-notified State aid (Kélian / Fontanille / Salmon Arc-en-ciel), 15 October 2003, e-Competitions October 2003, Art. N° 13362

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