2002 Eur. St. Aid L.Q. i (2002)

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Why did the Court of Justice respond in Ferring?                               i
Andreas Bartosch
News and Events
Third experts' conference of the Studienkreis Europdisches Beihilfenrecht   3
Negative Commission decision regarding                                        5
cross-subsidies by Deutsche Post AG
Commission proceeds with Landesbank Berlin                                    6
EC control of aid granted through State resources:                            7
Public undertakings, Funds, imputability and the importance
of how resources are transferred
Christian Koenig and Jurgen Kiihling
State Aid for Renewable Energy Sources:                                      19
A Practical State Aid Manual for Going Green
Melvin Kdnings
Die Rechtsprechung von EuGH und EuG zu staatlichen Beihilfen                 33
in den Jahren 1998 - 1/2002 (With English Summary)
Gerrit Schohe und Christoph Arhold
Implementing of the EC State Aid Control - an Accession Criterion            79
Peter Schutterle
Case Law
Laboratoire Boiron v. ACOSS                                                  87
Tribunal des Affaires de S6curit6 Sociale de Lyon, Jugement du 5 f6vrier 2001,
Technische Glaswerke Ilmenau GmbH/Kommission                                 93
Beschluss des Prasidenten des Gerichts erster Instanz vom 4.4.2002, Rs. T-198/ol R
Stardust Marine
* Judgment of the Court of 16 May 2002, Case C 482/99                 117
* Opinion of Advocate General Jacobs of 13 December 2001              131
* Annotation by Alain Alexis                                          149


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