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Gábor Báthory authors article entitled “Recent European court cases affecting the retail sector”

  • 15/11/2019
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Van Bael & Bellis counsel Gábor Báthory authored an article entitled "Recent European court cases affecting the retail sector" which was recently published in “Store Magazine”, the leading magazine for the Portuguese retail sector. 

 

Gábor's article discusses the main questions raised by recent EU case law, including pending cases, concerning sectoral levies and other restrictive national measures affecting the retail sector. The article focuses on EU law on state aid and the freedom of establishment.

 

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