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EU To Extend Broad State Aid Rules For COVID Hit Companies

The European Commission on Thursday, September 30, proposed extending looser State aid rules for virus-hit companies for six months to June 2022 in a bid to...
Recovery Promoting Competition Friendly State Measures

Back to the Recovery: Promoting Competition Friendly State Measures

By Ruben Maximiano1   To ensure a robust economic recovery, competition principles need to be built into the design and execution of the State measures that...
The Importance of Competitive Neutrality in Promoting FDI and Sustainable Recovery

The Importance of Competitive Neutrality in Promoting FDI and Sustainable Recovery

Competitive neutrality principles encourage FDI by promoting a level playing field among competitors. When certain market players, such as SOEs, or selected private firms,...
CAN MACHINE LEARNING AID IN CARTEL DETECTION? - By Rosa M. Abrantes-Metz & Albert D. Metz

State Aid and Essential National Interest

By: Phedon Nicolaides (Lexxion) State aid should support outcomes that the market by itself cannot achieve. This implies that State aid that is restricted to only...
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Air France-KLM Board To Meet On State Aid Rescue

Air France-KLM’s board is preparing to meet Monday, April 5, to consider a recapitalization plan for its French arm, according to Bloomberg. The multi-billion-euro package...
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EU Approves €22M Aid For Czech Exhibition & Fair Industry

The European Commission has approved an approximately €22 million (US$25.78 million) Czech aid scheme to support companies active in the organization of fairs, exhibitions,...
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EU Approves €511M Italian Scheme For Rail Operators

The European Commission has approved, under EU State aid rules, €511 million (US$609.67 million) in Italian support to compensate providers of commercial, long-distance rail...
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EU Approves €55M Irish “Umbrella” Scheme

The European Commission has approved a €55 million Irish ‘umbrella' scheme to support companies active in tourism or in directly related sectors in the...
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EU’s Financial Watchdog Warns Airline Bailouts May Ignore Passengers

Airline passengers may have been unfairly treated while European Union’s regulators raced to approve bailouts to struggling carriers, the EU’s financial watchdog warned. The European...
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EU Approves €254M Romanian Aid

The European Commission has approved, under EU State Aid rules, Romanian plans to support the upgrade of the district heating system of the municipality...
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