Selectivity of Asymmetrical Tax Measures and Distortion of Competition in the Telecoms Sector

Metaxas, Antonis
December 2010
European State Aid Law Quarterly;Dec2010, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p771
The article studies the legality of duty imposed on mobile network operators' subscribers in Greece under the scope European Union's State aid legislation. It discusses the systematic approach on the assessment of distortion in competition and its negative effect on trade. It also tackles market definition in State aid cases in comparison to the methodologies adopted in antitrust cases.


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