The Market Economy Investor Principle (MEIP) and the Market Economy Operator Test (MEOT) are concepts developed by the European Commission. While the MEIP is one of the entry points for economic analysis in State aid cases and aims to establish the extent to which an aid measure confers an economic advantage on the recipient of the aid, the MEOT aims to determine whether a transaction entered into by a public body gives an advantage to a particular economic undertaking. However, determining the size of an economic advantage is often unclear, particularly in cases, where the State intervenes by means of measures comparable to that of private investors.
Join us in Milan for our hybrid training to learn all about these powerful concepts. You will receive essential economic tools to successfully assess State aid cases as well as in-depth information on how to apply these concepts to real-life cases. You will be encouraged to actively participate in the debates and exchange best practices.
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