organize anew, as after a setback
- The second set of measures set out to reorganise the firm’s commercial policy.
- As highlighted in the document, Italy started to reorganise its sector only later, during the 1980s and 1990s.
- In this respect the Commission welcomes the commitment of the Finnish Government to reorganise Tieliikelaitos as a government owned limited company by 1 March 2008.
- In addition, it must be underlined that group companies can easily reorganise their financing activities and influence the outcome of the application of the measure.
- Consequently, Alstom's internal restructuring measures were analysed by examining whether they allow the firm to reorganise efficiently its manpower use and rationalise its geographical presence.
- Cammell Laird intended to reorganise the three companies within CMdR as a single undertaking and switch the activities from ship repair to ship conversion.
- Further, during the subsequent negotiations, the State and Ford reached an agreement to reorganise the company in such a way that the core activity (production of cars) would be separated from the non-core assets, in particular real estate.
- The company decision to reorganise its business by transferring its registered office should not be hampered by discriminatory tax rules or by restrictions, disadvantages or distortions arising from national tax legislation which is contrary to Community Law.
- The best possible solution would be to annul the result of the tender and reorganise the privatisation, with no conditions being attached, thus ensuring that no State aid is granted.
- Past experience has shown the need to regroup and reorganise the different advisory committees on matters concerning the food chain and animal and plant health and to improve their operation.
- The evolution of the financial results of the Community industry should be seen in the light of the decision taken by one of the Community industry producers to reorganise its production already mentioned under recital 85 above.
- According to Spain, SEPI as 100 % shareholder of all concerned companies behaved as a market actor when it decided to reorganise all shipbuilding into one group, with the aim of getting advantages from synergies.
- The Commission considers, therefore, that it has been adequately shown that by November 2002 at the latest, there was a coherent plan for the reorganisation of the firm which formed the basis not only of the KfW consortium's decision to grant a loan but also of the measures to reorganise the service provider business undertaken in November.
- Where shares in another credit institution, investment firm, financial institution, insurance or reinsurance undertaking or insurance holding company are held temporarily for the purposes of a financial assistance operation designed to reorganise and save that entity, the competent authority may waive the provisions on deduction referred to under (a) and (b) of the third subparagraph.
- Where shares in another credit institution, financial institution, insurance or reinsurance undertaking or insurance holding company are held temporarily for the purposes of a financial assistance operation designed to reorganise and save that entity, the competent authority may waive the provisions on deduction referred to in points (l) to (p) of Article 57.