Tag "Európai Bíróság"

The European Court of Justice has ruled in a Hungarian case – cross-border traders can breathe a sigh of relief

With its recent ruling in the Hungarian Bakati case, the European Court of Justice has settled VAT refund cases for foreign travelers and apparently is announcing a winner in the...

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The EU Court of Justice has ruled in a Hungarian VAT case

The Krakvet Polish company offered pet food for sale on its website of a Its customers came from many different countries, including Hungary. The company was informed by the Polish...

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The European Court of Justice has ruled on the Hungarian Government in special tax cases against Tesco and Vodafone

The European Court of Justice has ruled in two special tax cases in Hungary, in the special retail and telecommunications tax cases in force between 2010 and 2012. In one...

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ITM: countries opposed to EU road transport regulations may appeal to the European Court of Justice

Specialists from nine Member States have made further attempts to persuade the European Commission to take steps to mitigate the expected harmful effects of the first mobility package, or even...

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Starbucks won at European Court of Justice

Starbucks won its fight at the European Court of Justice against the EU demand to pay up to 30 million euros on Dutch back taxes. In October 2015, the European...

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European Commission: the Airbnb has brought its rules in line with EU consumer protection regulations

The Airbnb online accommodation platform has brought its rules into line with the Community consumer protection standards, making it more transparent, among other things – the European Commission told on...

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EU court: Internet merchants do not necessarily have to provide a telephone number for the consumers

Electronic commerce platforms such as Amazon do not always have to provide a telephone number prior to the conclusion of a contract, but there is a communication channel that allows...

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The EU directive against flavored tobacco products remains in force

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) confirmed the validity of the five-year EU directive on the withdrawal of flavored tobacco products, which was adopted five years ago. In a lawsuit...

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The EU has brought an action against Hungary due to the restriction of retail margins

The European Commission has brought an action against Hungary at the Court of Justice of the European Union for limited margins on the retail sale of agricultural and food products...

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European Court of Justice: the taste of a food can not be protected by copyright

The taste of a food can not be protected by copyright, as it is not yet possible to identify it precisely and objectively, so it can not be distinguished from...

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The verdict of the European Court of Justice strengthens the domestic GMO-free strategy

According to Nagy István, Minister of Agriculture, the verdict of the European Court of Justice further strengthens the domestic GMO-free strategy. The court in its verdict, published on Wednesday told...

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EU court: there is no justification for the European Commission’s support withdrawal for Hungarian farmers

In its decision on Thursday, the Court of Justice of the European Union partially annulled the European Commission’s decision to reduce the amount of the support of the Hungarian farmers....

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The Erzsébet-program remains

By respecting the European Court’s decisions new reasonable rules will be worked out in the Széchenyi Rest Card case that will meet the Hungarian interests – Szijjártó Péter Foreign Economic...

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Lawsuit against the suspension of tax on tobacco companies

The Hungarian government initated legal process against the suspension of tax on tobacco companies. In both cases, Hungary is asking the European Union’s court to annul the European Commission's provisions,...

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The Cooperatives loses thousands of euros

The European Court of Justice rejected the Hungarian action in a six-year lawsuit, which intended to force Brussels to pay more support refunds to the Hungarian fruit and vegetable sector’s...

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ECJ: the food packaging cannot refer to a component that is not in the product

If a product’s package indicates the presence of ingredients that are not included in the product can be deceive to consumers, but it just turns out from the detailed list...

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