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Global Competition Review - The European, Middle Eastern and African Antitrust Review 2018 – EU: State Aid chapter

July 2017

GCR: The European, Middle Eastern and African Antitrust Review
State aid law is a genuine concept of EU law that forms part of the competition law rules laid down in articles 107-109 et seq of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU).

In a single market as in the EU, state aid rules are vital to prevent distortions of competition as a consequence of governmental support for national market players to the detriment of competitors from other member states. In this article published in the GCR’s The European, Middle Eastern and African Antitrust Review 2018, Falk Schöning and David Dauchez outline the concept of state aid from the European Union's perspective and review the latest developments in this area.

Download a full copy of 'Global Competition Review - The European, Middle Eastern and African Antitrust Review 2018 – EU: State Aid chapter' here.

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