The EU General Court dismisses a claim of State aid in case of an abnormal tender for a leasehold and a construction bid on the grounds that there would be no effect on trade between Member States (Interessengemeinschaft der Hoteliers und Gastronomen Region 10)

A public measure of purely local character and which does not induce cross-border movement of investors or clients is unlikely to affect trade between Member States. Introduction It is rare to find a judgment that confirms that a particular public measure is not liable to affect trade between Member States. The General Court did so in its judgment of 19 October 2022 in case T-582/20, Interessengemeinschaft der Hoteliers und Grestauren Region 10 (Ighoga Region 10) v European Commission. Ighoga Region 10 appealed against Commission decision SA.48582 which had found that transactions between municipal authorities, on the one hand, and Maritim group and KHI, a real estate company, on the other, for the construction of a Congress Centre and an adjacent hotel in Ingolstadt, Germany, did

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