State Aid: the European Union is Clearly on a “Mission”

By Robert Robillard - 11 March 2015

This blogpost originally appeared on rbrt.ca.

Not a week (or two) goes by without a new “decision” on the matter… But what might be the actual “end game” is not that clear just yet…

State aid: Commission opens in-depth investigation into UK public measures in favour of Lynemouth power plant (19/02/2015)

State aid: Commission approves aid to alleviate social costs of closing uncompetitive coal mine in the Czech Republic (12/02/2015)

State aid: Commission accepts commitments from France on fiscal exemptions for certain maritime chartering services in France (04/02/2015)

State aid: Commission opens in-depth investigation into the Belgian excess profit ruling system (03/02/2015)

State aid: Commission approves UK flood reinsurance scheme (29/01/2015)

State aid: Commission authorises UK aid for Teesside biomass CHP plant (22/01/2015)

State aid: Commission orders Cyprus to recover incompatible aid from national air carrier Cyprus Airways  (09/01/2015)

State aid: Commission approves €58 million aid to Duslo a.s. for modernising ammonia production in Šal’a, Slovakia (06/01/2015)

Robert Robillard, Ph.D., CPA, CGA, Adm.A., MBA, M.Sc. Econ., M.A.P.
Senior Partner, RBRT Inc.
514-742-8086; robertrobillard “at” rbrt.ca
www.rbrt.ca

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