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Defect of interest to act: The General Court rejects as admissible the actions lodged by beneficiaries of Belgian tax scheme in favour of coordination centers (Carrefour ; Forum 187)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Trib. UE, 18 March 2010, Centre de coordination Carrefour v Commission, Case T-94/08 Trib. EU, 18 March 2010, Forum 187 v Commission, Case T-189/08 It is on the ground of legal interest in bringing proceedings that the Court of First Instance dismissed as inadmissible the actions brought by the association Forum 187 and the coordination centre of the undertaking Carrefour against Decision 2008/823/EC of 13 November 2007 (OJ 2008 L 90, p. 7) by which the Commission classified the Belgian tax scheme for coordination centres as incompatible with the common market. This decision follows an earlier decision, dating back to

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Pascal Cardonnel, Defect of interest to act: The General Court rejects as admissible the actions lodged by beneficiaries of Belgian tax scheme in favour of coordination centers (Carrefour ; Forum 187), 18 March 2010, Concurrences N° 2-2010, Art. N° 31138, p. 129

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