CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURES – STATE AIDS – DECISION REQUIRING THE PRODUCTION OF INFORMATION – ACT OPEN TO CHALLENGE

State aids: The Court of Justice declares admissible an action against Commission’s decision requiring a Member State to provide information for the examination of a State aid project (Deutsche Post)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CJEU, 13 October 2011, Deutsche Post and Germany v. Commision, joined cases C-463/10 P and C-475/10 P Where a Member State intends to grant aid through State resources and notifies the Commission of its intention to do so, it is required to provide all the information necessary to enable the Commission to take a decision on the compatibility of the measure with the common market. However, the Commission sometimes considers that there is a lack of information. Regulation 659/1999, which lays down detailed rules for the application of Article 108 TFEU, then provides that, after an unsuccessful request and a first reminder, the Commission may, by decision,

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Alexandre Lacresse, State aids: The Court of Justice declares admissible an action against Commission’s decision requiring a Member State to provide information for the examination of a State aid project (Deutsche Post), 13 October 2011, Concurrences N° 4-2011, Art. N° 40024, pp. 170-171

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