CASE COMMENTS : PROCEDURES – STATE AID – ARTICLES 88.2. AND 88.3 – RIGHT OF APPEAL – DUE PROCESS

State Aid: The Court of Justice confirms broad interpretation of “ interested parties ” and eases the admissibility requirements for direct actions against non objection decisions (Kronoply et Kronotex)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CJEU, 24 May 2011, Commission v Kronoply and Kronotex, Case C-83/09 P By validating the broad interpretation of the concept of interested parties adopted by the Court of First Instance, the Court of Justice of the European Union confirms the right to appeal against Commission decisions not to examine a State aid project further, where that appeal seeks to safeguard the procedural rights which its author derives from Union law. Recommendation of the facts at first instance At first instance (CFI, 10 December 2008, Kronoply and Kronotex v Commission, Case T 388/02, p. 1).), Kronoply and Kronotex complained that the Commission had raised no objections to

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Alexandre Lacresse, State Aid: The Court of Justice confirms broad interpretation of “ interested parties ” and eases the admissibility requirements for direct actions against non objection decisions (Kronoply et Kronotex), 24 May 2011, Concurrences N° 3-2011, Art. N° 38080, pp. 179-180

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