CASE COMMENTS : STATE AIDS – AID TO SHIPBUILDING – PRODUCTION OF WAR MATERIAL – RECOVERY

Aid to shipbuilding: The Court of Justice rules that Article 346 TFEU cannot be invoked to avoid the application of State aid rules to activities that are not specifically military (Ellinika Nafpigeia)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CJEU, 28 February 2013, Ellinika Nafpigeia v Commission, Case C-246/12 P The Greek shipyards HSY (otherwise known as Ellinika Nafpigeia AE, 'EN') have appealed against thejudgment of the Court of First Instance of 15 March 2012 in Case T-21/08. (Trib UE, 15 March 2012, Ellinika Nafpigeia v Commission, Case T-391/08) which dismissed their action for annulment of the Commission's decision of 8 July 2008. This Commission decision of 8 July 2008 concerned in particular the misuse of aid initially authorised subject to conditions. In its action at first instance, the applicant contested, unsuccessfully, a large number of abuses brought to light by that

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Bruno Stromsky, Aid to shipbuilding: The Court of Justice rules that Article 346 TFEU cannot be invoked to avoid the application of State aid rules to activities that are not specifically military (Ellinika Nafpigeia), 28 February 2013, Concurrences N° 2-2013, Art. N° 52081, p. 131

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