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18th October 2021
Competition & State Aid Internal Market Justice & Litigation Tax

Op-Ed: “The Court of Justice’s Judgments in the Spanish Goodwill cases: Clarifying Selectivity in State Aid Law?” by Dimitrios Kyriazis

And so it ends.

The Spanish Goodwill saga, one of the most interesting and impactful series of State aid cases, has now been concluded. With its highly anticipated judgments, delivered on 6 October 2021, the Grand Chamber of the Court of Justice has finally answered the legal questions that the saga had raised. More specifically, the cases concerned were the following:

Sigma Alimentos Exterior v Commission (C-50/19 P); Joined cases Banco Santander and Santusa v Commission (C-53/19 P) and  Spain v Commission (C-65/19 P); Axa Mediterranean v Commission (C-54/19 P); Prosegur Compañía de Seguridad v Commission (C-55/19 P); Joined cases World Duty Free Group v Commission (C-51/19 P) and Spain v Commission (C-64/19P); Banco Santand
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