- onvolkomenheid, gebrekkigheid, imperfectie, onvolmaaktheid
the state or an instance of being imperfect
- I didn't notice the imperfection.
- The power of doing anything with quickness is always prized much by the possessor, and often without any attention to the imperfection of the performance.
- An intentionally provided puncture in the cover shall not be considered as an imperfection.
- According to Italy, the case cited concerned aid for SMEs, which are not large energy users and therefore are less liable to suffer from the lack of adequate energy infrastructure and the imperfection of the electricity market in Sardinia than undertakings like Alcoa.
- While it is the primary role of the market to provide sufficient risk capital within the EEA, there is an “equity gap” in the risk capital market, a persistent capital market imperfection preventing supply from meeting demand at a price acceptable to both sides, which negatively affects European SMEs.
- In view of the fact that enterprises in the Community generally underinvest in the training of their workers, State aid might help to correct this market imperfection and therefore can be considered under certain conditions to be compatible with the common market and therefore exempted from prior notification.’
- If the company would have undertaken the assisted measures in any event, and notably in the absence of aid, the training aid in question cannot be assumed to ‘promote’ economic development within the meaning of Article 87(3)(c) of the EC Treaty and, in accordance with recital 10 to Regulation (EC) No 68/2001, to help correct the market imperfection that results in enterprises generally underinvesting in the training of their workers .
- In the context of training aid, recital 10 to Regulation (EC) No 68/2001 states that ‘Training usually has positive external effects for society as a whole since it increases the pool of skilled workers from which other firms may draw, improves the competitiveness of Community industry and plays an important role in employment strategy. In view of the fact that enterprises in the Community generally underinvest in the training of their workers, State aid might help to correct this market imperfection and therefore can be considered under certain conditions to be compatible with the common market and therefore exempted from prior notification.’