*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In the margins of the case MyTravel v Commission (T-212/03) on the Commission's liability for the assessment of the merger between Airtours (now MyTravel) and First Choice (Decision 2000/276/EC of 22 September 1999, Case IV/M.1524 - Airtours v First Choice, OJEC 2000, L 93, p. 1), a dispute arose between My Travel and the Commission concerning access to documents. Following the annulment by the Court of First Instance of the Commission's decision declaring the merger between Airtours and First Choice incompatible (T-342/99, Airtours v. Commission,  ECR II-2585), a Commission working group examined the repercussions of that judgment and the
CASE COMMENT : PROCEDURE - EC LAW - PUBLIC ACCESS TO DOCUMENTS - MERGER CONTROL
Access to the documents : The CFI rules that the protection of the integrity of the institutional decision-making process precludes the disclosure of Commission internal documents used for the purpose of deciding whether to appeal a case (MyTravel)
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