*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. On the same day, 17 July 2008, Advocate General Paolo Mengozzi, presented its conclusions in Case C-487/06, which also raises the issue of the admissibility of an appeal against a decision of the Commission rejecting a complaint after considering that the measure in question did not contain an aid element within the meaning of Article 87(1) EC. In the present case, the applicant, an association of 55 undertakings independent quarries operating more than 100 quarries in the United Kingdom (British Aggregates Association), seeking partial annulment of the decision C (2002) 1478 final, of 24 April 2002, according to which the Commission had resolved not to
ALERTS : PROCEDURE - REJECTION OF COMPLAINT - REMEDY - ADMISSIBILITY
Admissibility of an action against a decision to dismiss a complaint : Advocate-General Mengozzi presents its opinion about the admissibility of an action introduced against a decision of the European Commission to dismiss a complaint after having considered that the measure in question was not a state aid according to article 87§1 EC (British Aggregates Association)
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