Understanding when the compensation for SGEI constitutes State aid causes uncertainty among public authorities as they face a conflict of interests: Public bodies must guarantee the provision of public services, yet SGEI providers may not be overcompensated, and competition may not be distorted. Additionally, each Member State can define which services fall under SGEI, so the same service can have multiple interpretations.
On our two-day hybrid training in Milan our experts will guide you in understanding the link between State aid and SGEI and will try to clarify any of your doubts.
Participants receive a certificate upon participation.
Starting from € 990,- (excl. VAT)
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