Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Commission v World Duty Free Group a.o.: Selectivity in (Fiscal) State Aid, quo vadis Curia?

Jacques Derenne asks Commission v World Duty Free Group a.o.: Selectivity in (Fiscal) State Aid, quo vadis Curia?

ABSTRACT: The selectivity criterion can be satisfied even though the measure is available to all undertakings and its application merely depends upon the choice of undertakings adopting the relevant activity. It is not necessary to identify a particular category of undertakings for a fiscal measure to be selective.

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/antitrustprof_blog/2017/07/commission-v-world-duty-free-group-ao-selectivity-in-fiscal-state-aid-quo-vadis-curia.html

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