The Spanish Supreme Court, following a preliminary ruling by the EU Court of Justice, decides that a tax on large commercial establishments does not breach State aid rules

The Supreme Court, after having raised the question for a preliminary ruling to the Court of Justice, dismisses the appeal against the Regulation of the Tax on Large Commercial Establishments of Aragón Background & facts of the case The tax on large commercial establishments in Aragón is not contrary to European law, because it does not violate the freedom of establishment of articles

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David Ordóñez-Solís, The Spanish Supreme Court, following a preliminary ruling by the EU Court of Justice, decides that a tax on large commercial establishments does not breach State aid rules, 16 October 2018, e-Competitions October 2018, Art. N° 106861

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