*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – CFI, 14 December 2005, Regione autonoma della Sardegna v Commission, Case T-200/04. In 2000 the Regional Council of Sardinia adopted aid measures to compensate livestock farmers for the losses suffered as a result of bluetongue. The planned measures included aid to undertakings and cooperatives for the collection and processing of zootechnical products to which the epidemic had led to additional costs resulting from the reduction in deliveries due to cooperatives on the basis of statutory or contractual obligations. Following notification of the measures by Italy, the Commission decided to initiate the formal investigation procedure provided for in
CASE COMMENTS: STATE AIDS - NOTIFICATION FILE - MISSING INFORMATION
Filing: The CFI holds that the European Commission may declare an aid incompatible without seeking for not notified information (Sardegna)
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