CASE COMMENT: PROCEDURES - EC LAW - LOCUS STANDI - SCOPE OF JUDICIAL REVIEW - STATE AID

Locus standi - State aid: The CFI holds that companies competing against beneficiaries of State aid face restrictive locus standi and judicial review criteria (Kronoply Kronotex)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CFI, 10 December 2008, Kronoply and Kronotex v Commission, Case T-388/02 In response to criticisms of the doctrine and invitations from several Advocates-General, the case law on the admissibility of appeals against Commission decisions on State aid seems, for some time now, to have been dominated by the twin concerns of simplification and openness. The Kronoply judgment is in line with this trend. This case concerned the legality of a compatibility decision, taken at the end of the preliminary examination phase, with regard to a notified individual aid measure. The applicant is an undertaking which, although it does not offer products which are

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Pascal Cardonnel, Locus standi - State aid: The CFI holds that companies competing against beneficiaries of State aid face restrictive locus standi and judicial review criteria (Kronoply Kronotex), 10 December 2008, Concurrences N° 1-2009, Art. N° 23474, pp. 183-184

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