2012 Eur. St. Aid L.Q. i (2012)

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Taking Tax Law Seriously: The Opinion of AG Mazik in EDF
Thomas Jaeqer
Austria  Birgit -Iaslinger                                                      5
Belgium   Cedric Kaczmarek and Mercedes Sineets                                 8
Cyprus   Michalis Kamperis                                                     10
France   Nicole Coutrelis Sandra Caussanel and Thomas Gourdeau                 1 2
Greece    Christina Sarantidou                                                 14
Malta   YanaHaber                                                              15
EFTA States and EFTA Community - Birgitte Wilhelmsen Wessel and Monica Wroldsen  17
Poland   Katarzyna Tosza and Przemyslawr Kamil Rosiak                          22
Slovenia  janezAhlin                                                           23
Spain - Manr Muioz dejuan                                                     26
Sweden - Ida Otken Eriksson                                                    30
Recovery of State Aid in Corporate Groups and Post-Transfer                    33
J/raj Gyarfas
The 2009 Broadcasting Communication and the Commission's Decisional
Practice Two Years after its Entry into Force                                  37
Ansgar Held and Annette Kliemann
State Aid for Films and Other Audiovisual Works -
Current Affairs and New Developments                                           49
Irina Orssich
State Aids to the Press: The EU's Perspective                                  57
Evangelia Psychogiopoulou
Driving Altmark in Land Transport                                            73
Mihalis Kekelekis
Port Infrastructure and State Aids: In Search of a Coherent EU Policy          85
Nikolaos Farantouris
Selected Issues Raised by Bank Restructuring Plans under EU State Aid Rules    93
Franqois Charles Laprevote
State Aid for the Coal Sector - Inevitable or Dispensable?                    I 13
Matthias Lang


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