Betekenis van:
fundamental measure

fundamental measure
Zelfstandig naamwoord
    • one of the four quantities that are the basis of systems of measurement





    1. To exclude cross-border interest received or paid by a Hungarian company from the scope of the measure is contrary to the fundamental freedoms of the Treaty.
    2. Greenpeace considers that the Measure includes State aid within the meaning of Article 87(1) of the EC Treaty. It states that it is fundamental to ensure the safe decommissioning of nuclear sites, and equally fundamental that the polluter-pays principle should apply to the nuclear industry.
    3. Italy’s argument that the scheme constitutes a tax policy measure falling outside the scope of the state aid rules cannot be accepted, nor can this exception to the normal tax rules be justified by the nature of the Italian tax system, since it does not address any fundamental tax distinctions between the situations of listed as opposed to non listed companies.
    4. if the measure was taken, except in a case of urgency, in the context of a judicial or administrative proceeding, without the child having been provided the opportunity to be heard, in violation of fundamental principles of procedure of the requested State;
    5. The Commission further notes that Italy’s argument that the measure is a simple ‘updating’ of costs that have proved inadequate, which does not change the fundamental structure of the scheme, does not detract from the fact that the present budget increase qualifies as an alteration of existing aid and is therefore new aid, pursuant to Article 1(c) of the Procedural Regulation and Article 4 of the Implementing Regulation.
    6. ‘The microeconomic method of the event study used by the economic consultant raises a number of fundamental issues, including the use of the very short-term trend in the share price as the sole measure of changes in the value of the company contrary to recognised usage (including by the Community courts regarding valuation, and this despite the fact that the manifest errors committed recently by the markets in assessing the value of telecommunications operators call for, to say the least, serious caution.