||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 121 (Jul)
||Court of First Instance of the European Communities (Fifth Chamber)
Judges Cooke (President), García-Valdecasas and Lindh
||9 July 2002
European Community - Discrimination - Discrimination on grounds of nationality - Financial support for audiovisual projects - Requirement that undertakings applying for financial support owned by member states or nationals of member states - Applicant for financial support stating that majority owner of undertaking a French resident Tunisian national - Commission rejecting application by decision - Whether decision discriminatory - Commission Decision (EC) 95/563.
The Court of First Instance of the European Communities rejected an application for annulment of a decision of the Commission of the European Communities which rejected a proposal for financial support under Commission Decision (EC) 95-563 (on the implementation of a programme encouraging the development and distribution of European audiovisual works (MEDIA II Development and distribution) (1996- 2000)). The Court held that the ground of discrimination relied on was not relevant.
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