CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURES - STATE AID - LOCUS STANDI

Refusal: The General Court dismisses two actions on the merits without ruling on their admissibility in the interest of expediency (Bundesverband deutscher Banken)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Trib. UE, 3 March 2010, Bundesverband deutscher Banken v Commission, Case T-163/05 Trib. UE, 3 March 2010, Bundesverband deutscher Banken v Commission, Case T-36/06 In addition to the fact that it monopolises this column, the question of the admissibility of appeals by private individuals against Commission decisions on State aid is characterised by a certain complexity which does not help to clarify the conditions of access to the Union's courts in this area. Since Commission decisions on aid do not a priori fall within the category of regulatory acts referred to in Article 263(4) TFEU, for which the conditions of admissibility have been relaxed, the

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Pascal Cardonnel, Refusal: The General Court dismisses two actions on the merits without ruling on their admissibility in the interest of expediency (Bundesverband deutscher Banken), 3 March 2010, Concurrences N° 2-2010, Art. N° 31136, pp. 127-128

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