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CBB: Product Board for Horticulture was right to revoke Batavia’s recognition

CBB: Product Board for Horticulture was right to revoke Batavia’s recognition

According to a decision dated 6 September 2013 from the Trade and Industry Appeals Tribunal (CBB), the Product Board for Horticulture (PT) was right to revoke the CMO recognition of the cooperative Batavia U.A. Batavia’s recognition had been suspended in the past but the PT ultimately lifted this suspension. Later ... Read More »

Leasing out of local football stadium due for renovation can constitute state aid

Leasing out of local football stadium due for renovation can constitute state aid

In a decision dated 2 October 2013, the European Commission concluded that the proposed leasing out of the football stadium due for renovation in the German municipality of Chemnitz to the local professional football club Chemnitzer FC (CFC) constitutes state aid. According Read More »

General Court: German nature conservation organisations are undertakings

General Court: German nature conservation organisations are undertakings

In a judgement from 12 September 2013, the General Court of the European Union ruled that German nature conservation organisations (Naturschutzorganisationen) were undertakings within the meaning of state aid rules. As a result thereof, the transfer of title to tracts of land by the Bund (the German federal government) to ... Read More »

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