*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Once again, the Court confirms its case-law on the duality of the system of access to the Community court system, to which an operator is subject when bringing an action against a Commission decision, adopted on the basis of Article 88(3) of the EC Treaty, not to raise objections to State aid. The case concerned an investment aid project in favour of a German company (Glunz) for the construction of an integrated wood processing centre. After a preliminary examination of the project, which was notified by the Federal Republic of Germany, the Commission, having no doubts as to its compatibility with the common market, decided not to raise any objections to
CASE COMMENT : PROCEDURE - EC LAW - LOCUS STANDI - ARTICLE 88 § 3 EC
Locus standi: The ECJ confirms its case law on locus standi (Glunz)
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