The French Supreme Administrative Court held that the over-compensation paid to health establishements for medical equipment does not constitute State aid (Syndicat National de l’Industrie des Technologies Médicales)

European States have been trying for years to reduce the expenses of their national health system. In that respect, the French Minister of Health has adopted a number of orders (arrêtés) aiming to encourage all actors in the French Social Security sector (Sécurité Sociale), and among others, public hospitals, to lower their costs and therefore to diminish the sums to be reimbursed by the social security system. A decree dated 29 April 2002, based on Article L. 165-7 of the French Social

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Georges Vallindas, The French Supreme Administrative Court held that the over-compensation paid to health establishements for medical equipment does not constitute State aid (Syndicat National de l’Industrie des Technologies Médicales), 16 January 2004, e-Competitions January 2004, Art. N° 13365

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