Annulation: The CFI annuls the "Livret bleu" decision for insufficient reasoning and expresses its regret that the clarification given in the Altmark case was not available to the Commission (Crédit Mutuel)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – CFI, 18 January 2005, Confédération nationale du Crédit mutuel v. Commission, Case T-93/02 In its decision of 15 January 2002, the Commission took the view that the "measures taken by France in favour of Crédit Mutuel for the collection and management of regulated savings under the "Livret bleu" scheme include state aid" which it also considered incompatible with the common market. The system conferred on Crédit Mutuel the exclusive right to collect these regulated savings, giving savers tax advantages. From 1975 onwards, Crédit Mutuel was first required to allocate 50% of the sums collected to general interest missions, i.e. to

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