State aid has been a central concept in law and economics since the very inception of modern European integration; already present in the 1951 Paris treaty establishing the European Coal and Steel Community, State aid control still plays a fundamental role in EU law and policy, and both internal and external markets. Together with the WTO regime, State aid in the EU is the most developed system of regulation of subsidies in the world.
Join us for in-depth discussions on the challenges of state aid enforcement before national courts, the implications of NextGenerationEU’s digital and green initiatives, and the intersection of industrial policy and enforcement under the Temporary Crisis and Transition Framework. Engage with top experts and chart the course for future economic regulation.
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