CASE COMMENT : STATE AID - FAILURE TO NOTIFY IN ADVANCE - ARTICLE 87(3)(D) EC - AID DESTINED TO PROMOTE CULTURE -TEMPORAL APPLICATION OF COMMUNITY LAW - METHOD OF CALCULATION USED TO IDENTIFY THE AMOUNT OF AID

Failure to notify in advance: The CFI declares void for the third time the European Commission’s decision in the SIDE case (SIDE/Commission)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CFI, 15 April 2008, SIDE v Commission, Case T-348/04 This is the third judgment annulling the Commission's decision on aid paid since 1980 by France to the Coopérative d'exportation du livre français acting under the trade name 'Centre d'exportation du livre français' (CELF). Its activity is aimed at dealing directly with orders from abroad and from the overseas territories and departments for books, brochures and all communication media and, more generally, at carrying out all operations aimed, in particular, at developing the promotion of French culture throughout the world by means of the above-mentioned media. The history of this old dispute The

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Christophe Giolito, Failure to notify in advance: The CFI declares void for the third time the European Commission’s decision in the SIDE case (SIDE/Commission), 15 April 2008, Concurrences N° 2-2008, Art. N° 16675, p. 142

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