GERMANY STATE AID

BY KEITH NUTHALL
GERMAN porcelain manufacturer Graf von Henneberg is facing an uncertain future, after the European Commission ruled that it must repay state aid of Euro 71.3 million, (DM 139.4 million), paid to it and a predecessor company, because it was paid in circumstances that break EU rules.

The decision follows an in depth inquiry by Brussels, which has found that the currently existing Graf von Henneberg is jointly liable for the repayment along with its predecessor, which carried the same name.

Graf von Henneberg is located in the ...


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