CASE COMMENTS : PROCEDURES - STATE AID - STANDING - DECISION ADOPTED PURSUANT TO ART. 88§2

Lack of standing: The CFI holds that local authority providing subsidies lacks standing to bring an action against a Commission decision ordering recovery (MABB)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CFI, 6 October 2009, MABB v Commission, Case T-24/06 MABB v Commission is one of the three cases concerning German aid to digital terrestrial television (DTT) discussed in the State aid section of this issue of the Review (judgments of 6 October 2009, Germany v Commission, T-21/06 and FAB v Commission, T-8/06). The MABB is an independent administrative media authority for the Berlin-Brandenburg region. In the context of the promotion of DTT, it has decided to financially support private broadcasters by means of subsidies to cover the costs of DTT broadcasting up to

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Pascal Cardonnel, Lack of standing: The CFI holds that local authority providing subsidies lacks standing to bring an action against a Commission decision ordering recovery (MABB), 6 October 2010, Concurrences N° 1-2010, Art. N° 30134, p. 156

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