CASE COMMENTS: STATE AID - TAX ON MEAT PURCHASES AS STATE AID - CLOSENESS OF THE CONNECTION BETWEEN THE FINANCING TAX AND THE AID MEASURE IN QUESTION

Link between the financing tax and the aid measure: The Administrative Paris Court of Appeal holds that French tax on meat purchases has not yet any connection with the subsidization of aid to the quartering sector (Boucherie Brodet, SAS Vitry)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CAA Paris, 1 October 2007, Boucherie Brodet, n° 06PA03997 CAA Paris, 5 November 2007, SAS Vitry, n° 06PA04277 The aid in the rendering sector and the levy on meat purchases which for a time financed these aid measures gave rise to numerous proceedings before the national courts (mainly for applications for exemption from the levy on the grounds that it was part of an aid scheme) and before the European Commission, which has, on several occasions, had to assess the compatibility with the common market of the various aspects and versions of the rendering aid and the financing of that aid (e.g. Decision - aid in the rendering sector in 2003, OJEU C-228/13

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Jean-Yves Chérot, Link between the financing tax and the aid measure: The Administrative Paris Court of Appeal holds that French tax on meat purchases has not yet any connection with the subsidization of aid to the quartering sector (Boucherie Brodet, SAS Vitry), 1 October 2007, Concurrences N° 1-2008, Art. N° 15301, pp. 160-161

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