*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – CFI, 14 December 2005, Honeywell International v Commission, Case T-209/01 Honeywell tried everything, but nothing worked: its action for annulment against the Commission's decision declaring its merger with General Electric incompatible with the common market (Commission Decision 2004/134/EC of 3 July 2001, General Electric/Honeywell, Case COMP/M.2220, OJ L. 48, 18 Feb. 2004, p. 1) was doomed to dismiss. Thus, contrary to the action for annulment brought by General Electric, that action is, as the Court of First Instance's]press release states starkly, dismissed 'essentially for technical reasons relating to [scope'. In retrospect, its referral to a
CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURE - ACTION FOR ANNULMENT -SCOPE
Scope of action for annulment: The CFI holds that Honeywell action for annulment was deemed to fail (Honeywell Intn.)
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