EU court imposes 32 mln euro fine on Britain for pleasure boat fuel, ET LegalWorld | Court Practice News

The European Union’s General Court imposed on Thursday a 32 million euros ($33.6 million) fine on Britain, arguing the UK had failed to prohibit using marked fuel in private pleasure boats within a time limit set by the European Commission.

“The United Kingdom did not comply with the judgment establishing the infringement until after the court proceedings were brought, after a period of almost three years,” the Luxembourg-based Court, Europe’s second-highest, said in a ruling.

  • Published On Sep 28, 2023 at 06:52 PM IST

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