A French Tribunal in charge of social security cases applied to the ECJ for a preliminary ruling asking whether a taxation’s exemption can be considered as not constituting State aid but mere compensation of public service costs (Ferring)

The important case law of the ECJ often finds its origin in a preliminary question raised by national judges of first instance (e. g. ECJ, April 30th, 1986, Asjes a. o., Joined Cases 209/84 209/84, 210/84, 211/84, 212/84, 213/84 and 213/84, [1986] ECR 1425, “Nouvelles Frontières”, preliminary question raised by the Tribunal de Police de Paris). Everybody has forgotten

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Loïc Grard, A French Tribunal in charge of social security cases applied to the ECJ for a preliminary ruling asking whether a taxation’s exemption can be considered as not constituting State aid but mere compensation of public service costs (Ferring), 11 February 2000, e-Competitions Bulletin Competition in the Pharmaceutical sector, Art. N° 13634

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