The European Commission is considering whether the German government’s anticipated €380 million bailout of Condor Airlines amounts to unlawful state aid.
An EU court has annulled a European Commission decision forcing the Netherlands to recover state aid from Starbucks, but upheld its decision finding that Luxembourg granted unlawful aid to Fiat Chrysler.
The European Commission’s decision ordering Ireland to collect up to €13 billion in allegedly unpaid taxes from Apple is “untethered from reality” and violates fundamental rights of defence, counsels to Ireland and Apple have claimed.
The Department of Justice’s antitrust division began its case against travel technology company Sabre’s acquisition of Farelogix yesterday by bringing the companies’ customers to testify.
A federal judge has refused to grant a preliminary injunction against the proposed merger of two chemical companies, but the Federal Trade Commission’s challenge to the deal remains pending in its administrative tribunal.
Restoring effective competition to where it would have been in the absence of wrongful state aid “is never going to happen,” a European Commission official has said.
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