*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. With the judgment under the heading, the saga of the Larko cases - well known to the readers of this column (see, ECJ, 9 November 2017, Commission v. Greece, C-481/16, comm. R Vuitton, Concurrences No. 1-2018, pp. 134-136. 136 ; GCEU, 1 February 2018, Larko v. Commission, T-412/24, EU:T:2018:55 and T-423/14, EU:T:2018:57, comm. R. Vuitton, Concurrences, n° 2-2018, pp. 146-149 ; ECJ, 26 March 2020, Larko, C-244/18 P, EU:C:2020:238, comm. R. Vuitton, ConcurrencesNo. 2-2020, pp. 147-148 ECJ, January 20, 2022, Commission v. Greece, C-51/20, EU:C:2022:36, comm. R. Vuitton, Concurrences, n°2-2022, p. 166) - is almost at an end. For the most distracted, we recall,
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