*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – CFI, 11 June 2009, ACEA v Commission, Case T-297/02 – CFI, 11 June 2009, AEM v Commission, Case T-301/02 – CFI, 11 June 2009, ASM Brescia v Commission, Case T-189/03 – CFI, 11 June 2009, Italy v Commission, Case T-222/04 Those four decisions of the Court of First Instance concern the action for annulment of Commission Decision 2003/193 EC on State aid, tax exemptions and loans on preferential terms granted by Italy to local companies with majority public capital whose status was created by Law 142/90 (hereinafter 'companies under Law 142/90'). The appeals lodged by ASM Brescia, ACEA and AEM, all companies under Law No 142/90, have been declared
CASE COMMENT: STATE AID - DISTORTION OF COMPETITION - SELECTIVITY - EXISTING OR NEW AID - APPLICATION OF ARTICLE 86 (2) EC - CONDITION OF LAWFULNESS OF RECOVERY ORDER IN THE CASE OF IN ABSTRACTO ASSESSMENT OF STATE AID SCHEMES
Art. 86.2 EC: The CFI clarifies the assessment of State aid not linked to a mission of general interest but constituting a certain form of organisation of public services (ASM Brescia - ACEA - AEM)
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