*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The action for annulment dismissed as inadmissible is still at issue in the order of the Fifth Chamber of the Court of First Instance in the Tramarin case. That order has an innocuous appearance which must not be misleading; the full publication in the ECR, to which the order is also promised, has its reasons. The case in which the order intervenes concerns an application for annulment of measures adopted by the Commission in respect of a draft aid scheme for investment in disadvantaged regions notified to it by Italy in 1999. In the course of the preliminary
CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURE - ACTION FOR ANNULMENT - STATE AID PROCEDURE
State aid Procedure: The CFI holds that an European Commission letter to the Member State to modify a State Aid project does not produce legal binding effect (Tramarin)
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