*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – ECJ, 22 April 2008, Commission v. Salzgitter AG and Federal Republic of Germany, case C-408/04 P In a judgment delivered by the Grand Chamber, which is in line with the remarkable conclusions of the Advocate General, the Court clarifies, in the field of State aid, the relationship between the rules of the EC Treaty and those of the now defunct ECSC Treaty. The factual and procedural framework The case concerned an aid measure granted by the German authorities to a group of steel companies under an aid scheme, not specific to the coal and steel sector (but intended more generally to contribute to the development of the border area with the former
CASE COMMENT : EC PROCEDURE - STATE AID
ECSC Treaty : The ECJ provides clarification on interplay between EC and ECSC State aid rules (Salzgitter)
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