CASE COMMENTS : PROCEDURES – STATE AIDS – ADMISSIBILITY – LACK OF INDIVIDUAL CONCERN– ALL BUSINESS SECTORS

State aids: The General Court declares the action of a competitor of State aid beneficiary inadmissible due to lack of evidence of adverse effect (Phoenix-Reisen and DRV)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Trib. UE (ord.), 11 January 2012, Phoenix-Reisen and DRV v. Commission, Case T-58/10 The city of Amsterdam is planning to invest 42 million euros in the expansion of its Sports Palace, a complex with a large capacity for concerts and other events. The Dutch authorities notified the project to the Commission which, after the formal investigation procedure, concluded that no aid was involved. The applicants are two Dutch companies. Amsterdam Music Dome Exploitatie is active in the management of a large-capacity concert hall to be built in Amsterdam. Mojo Concerts is an organiser of concerts and festivals. They both participated in the administrative

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Pascal Cardonnel, State aids: The General Court declares the action of a competitor of State aid beneficiary inadmissible due to lack of evidence of adverse effect (Phoenix-Reisen and DRV), 11 January 2012, Concurrences N° 2-2012, Art. N° 45867, pp. 143-135

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