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30Aug91 DENMARK: STOREBAELT LIKELY TO FACE DEFEAT IN EUROPEAN COURT OVER TENDERING OF CONTRACTS.

By Keith Wallis.Denmark expects to lose its case with the European Commission over the unfair tendering conditions used by Storebaelt when the European Court of Justice gives its final judgment early next year.According to Hans-Henrik Gotfredsen, Storebaelt's managing director, Denmark will lose because 'it has now been found that Danish legislation violates the Rome treaty'.'We don't feel Storebaelt acted illegally in Denmark because it operated under a 25-year-old law of the land, ...

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