CASE COMMENTS : PROCEDURES - STATE AIDS - ADMISSIBILITY - DECISION ADOPTED AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION PROCEDURE

State Aid - Admissibility: The General Court holds that being the main competitor of the beneficiary of State aid measures is not sufficient to confer standing (TF1)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Trib. UE, 13 September 2010, TF1 v Commission, Case T-193/06 The French support measures for audiovisual and film production have given rise to several Commission decisions under the State aid control rules. In the case which gave rise to the judgment of 13 September 2010, TF1 contested the validity of a 2006 decision by which the Commission had decided not to raise objections at the end of the preliminary phase provided for in

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Pascal Cardonnel, State Aid - Admissibility: The General Court holds that being the main competitor of the beneficiary of State aid measures is not sufficient to confer standing (TF1), 13 September 2010, Concurrences N° 4-2010, Art. N° 33163, pp. 200-201

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