On 29 April, the General Court, in Case T-9/13 National Iranian Gas Company v Council [2015] and Case T-10/13 Bank of Industry and Mine v Council [2015] (judgments in French), rejected applications brought by the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) and the Bank of Industry and Mine (BIM), respectively, for annulment of their listings under the EU’s sanctions in respect of Iran. BIM is designated as it is said to be a State enterprise that provides support to the Iranian Government, and NIGC is designated as it is said to be an entity owned and managed by the State and that it provides financial resources to the Iranian Government. The General Court rejected all pleas concerning NIGC and BIM, and both entities remain subject to sanctions.