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LIVE EC press conference by Commissioner Margrethe VESTAGER Commission state aid decisions regarding illegal tax advantages granted by Luxembourg (Fiat) and the Netherlands (Starbucks) and on the optical disk drives cartel

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Type: Press conference - chapter   Reference: I-110761   Date: 21/10/2015
Languages: ORIGINAL, ENGLISH, FRANÇAIS, DEUTSCH, DANSK

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