CASE COMMENTS: STATE AID - APPEAL - COMMISSION DECISION NOT TO RAISE OBJECTIONS - SERIOUS DIFFICULTIES - CONCEPT OF DOUBTS

Appeal - Serious difficultie: The General Court confirms that the Commission should have had doubts as to the compatibility with the common market of measures taken in favour of the Belgian Post Office (Deutsche Post)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CJEU, 22 September 2011, Belgium v. Deutsche Post a.o., case C-148/09 P On 10 February 2009, the Court of First Instance annulled a Commission decision of 23 July 2003, taken at the end of the preliminary examination phase, not to raise objections to seven complex measures (six of which were non-notified) taken by the Belgian authorities in favour of La Poste SA, the Belgian public postal undertaking. The preliminary examination procedure had lasted more than seven months and, during that period, three meetings had been

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Bruno Stromsky, Appeal - Serious difficultie: The General Court confirms that the Commission should have had doubts as to the compatibility with the common market of measures taken in favour of the Belgian Post Office (Deutsche Post), 22 September 2011, Concurrences N° 4-2011, Art. N° 40010, p. 161

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