*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The disappearance of its principal actor - by judicial liquidation - does not prevent the judicial saga of the State aid granted to the Société nationale Corse Méditerranée (SNCM) from continuing. The epilogue nevertheless appears to be drawing ever closer. Background The dispute which led to the judgments under comment, the latest in the saga, has its origin in Commission Decision 2009/611/EC of 8 July 2008 (OJ 2009 L 225, p. 180). By that decision, the Commission held, first, that the aid granted to SNCM under a restructuring plan, dating from 2002 and consisting of a capital contribution of EUR 76 million, was unlawful but compatible with the internal
CASE COMMENTS: STATE AIDS – EUROPEAN UNION – CASE LAW – OCEAN TRADE – ANNULMENT – COMMISSION’S OBLIGATIONS
Annulment: The General Court of the European Union specifies the European Commission’s obligations following an annulment decision in State Aid Law (France c/ Commission ; SNCM c/ Commission)
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