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2002 EN Official Journal of the European Communities C 144/39

1. Dismisses the application; 3. Orders the intervener to bear its own costs.

2. Orders the applicant to bear its own costs and to pay those of
the defendant and the intervener. (1) OJ C 6 of 8.1.2000.

(1) OJ C 281 of 2.10.1999.

JUDGMENT OF THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

JUDGMENT OF THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE


26 February 2002

21 March 2002
in Case T-323/99: Industrie Navali Meccaniche Affini
SpA (INMA) and Italia Investimenti SpA (Itainvest) v
in Case T-231/99: Colin Joynson v Commission of the Commission of the European Communities (1)
European Communities (1)

(State aids — Shipbuilding — Meaning of aid — Lack of


(Competition — Beer supply agreements — Individual reasoning)
exemption — Article 81(3) EC)

(2002/C 144/83)
(2002/C 144/82)

(Language of the case: English) (Language of the case: Italian)

In Case T-231/99, Colin Joynson, residing in Manchester


(United Kingdom), represented by B. Bedford, Barrister, In Case T-323/99, Industrie Navali Meccaniche Affini SpA
instructed by Messrs Ferdinand Kelly, Solicitors, v Commission (INMA), in liquidation, established in La Spezia (Italy), rep-
of the European Communities (Agents: K. Wiedner and resented by S. Capparucci, Italia Investimenti SpA (Itainvest),
N. Khan), supported by Bass plc, established in London (United established in Rome (Italy), represented in these proceedings
Kingdom), represented by M. Farquharson, J. Block and by G. M. Roberti and F. Sciaudone, lawyers, with an address
N. Green, Solicitors, with an address for service in Luxembourg: for service in Luxembourg, v Commission of the European
Application for annulment of Commission Decision 1999/ Communities (Agents: K.-D. Borchardt and, initially, A. Abate
473/EC of 16 June 1999 relating to a proceeding pursuant to and E. Cappelli, and, subsequently, Abate and G. Conte):
Article 81 [EC] (Case IV/36.081/F3 — Bass) (OJ 1999 L 186, Application for annulment of Commission Decision 2000/
p. 1), the Court of First Instance (Third Chamber), composed 262/EC of 20 July 1999 on State aid granted by Italy to the
of: J. Azizi, President, K. Lenaerts and M. Jaeger, Judges; INMA shipyard (OJ 2000 L 83, p. 21), Court of First Instance
J. Palacio González, Administrator, for the Registrar, has given (Fifth Chamber, Extended Composition), composed of:
a judgment on 21 March 2002, in which it: P. Lindh, President, R. Garcı́a-Valdecasas, J. D. Cooke, M. Vilaras
and N. J. Forwood, Judges; J. Palacio González, Administrator,
for the Registrar, has given a judgment on 26 February 2002,
in which it:
1. Dismisses the application;

2. Orders the applicant to bear his own costs and pay those of the 1. Annuls Commission Decision 2000/262/EC of 20 July 1999
Commission; on State aid granted by Italy to the INMA shipyard;