EU rejects complaint from Scandlines

Denmark and Sweden's state-guarantees to the company behind the Øresundsforbindelsen fixed link do not constitute illegal state subsidies, according to the EU's decision in the Scandlines case.

Scandlines and Stena Line have lost a case in the EU against the Danish and Swedish governments. That Denmark and Sweden provided so-called state guarantees to the company behind the Øresundsforbindelsen fixed link does not constitute illegal state subsidies, says the EU in its decision concerning the Scandlines case.

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