CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURES – EUROPEAN UNION – STATE AID – ACTION FOR ANNULMENT – LACK OF DIRECT CONCERN – INADMISSIBILITY

Inadmissibility: The General Court of the European Union considers inadmissible an action based on general information which does not make it possible to establish that the State aid decision placed the applicant at a competitive disadvantage (Opere Pie d’Onigo)

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Alexandre Lacresse, Barbara Monti, Inadmissibility: The General Court of the European Union considers inadmissible an action based on general information which does not make it possible to establish that the State aid decision placed the applicant at a competitive disadvantage (Opere Pie d’Onigo), 24 September 2019, Concurrences N° 1-2020, Art. N° 93371, p. 144

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