A new Temporary Framework which is called “Temporary Crisis Framework” [TCF] to distinguish it from the currently applicable Temporary Framework on covid-19 related State aid was adopted on 23 March 2022, almost two years to the date of the publication of the rules on covid-19 related State aid.
EStAL 1/2022 – The Evolving World of EU State Aid Law
Issue 1/2022 of the European State Aid Law Quarterly (EStAL) is now available! The Articles […]
EPPPL 1/2022 – Covid Recovery, Locus Standi in Remedies, Value for Money, and China’s PPPs Market
Issue 1/2022 of the European Procurement & Public Private Partnerships Law Review (EPPPL) is available! […]
CoRe 1/2022 – On the Competition Agenda: Transport, Merger Control, Digital Platforms and Foreign Subsidies
Issue 1/2022 of the European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe) is now available! Topics […]
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How to approach the risk of carbon lock-in effects in state aid analysis?
A recent FSR Debate held on 4 May examined the key question of how policymakers […]
Disruptions vs refusals of supply: a guide to the case law
On 31 March 2022, FTC Chair Lina Khan was visiting her counterparts in Brussels. She […]
The Standard of Proof in State Aid Complaints and the “Informational Disadvantage” of Complainants
The Commission must use its investigative powers to seek clarification from Member States in order […]
Member States Must Recover of their Own Initiative Illegally Granted Aid
Aid granted illegal must be recovered by the granting authority without any need for a […]
Eventim/Ticketone v. AGCM – May acquisitions be prosecuted pursuant to Article 102 TFEU?
With judgment no. 3334 of 24 March 2022, the Rome Administrative Court of 1st instance […]
A First Commission Decision on Natural Gas Storage
Compensation that guarantees a normal or fair rate of return eliminates risk that is inherent […]