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Commission v Scott – How much freedom for the Commission in “Complex Economic Assessment” Cases?

Andreas von Bonin, Massimiliano Kadar

DOI https://doi.org/10.21552/ESTAL/2011/1/214

On 2 September 2010 the Court of Justice delivered its judgment in the case C-290/07 P – Commission v Scott (the “Judgment”). The Judgment constitutes the most recent episode in a long saga of litigation before the European Courts.1 It sets aside a ruling of the General Court2 which quashed a decision of the European Commission (“Commission”)3 declaring the sale of a parcel of land by a French local authority to the paper manufacturer Scott to constit


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