The European State Aid Law Quarterly spring issue shines through the clouds of legal confusion and highlights again the diversity of topics affecting the ever blossoming and greening world of EU State aid law: the ‘effect-on-trade’ criterion; passing-on and recovery of unlawful State aid; MEIP and large infrastructure projects; State as regulator/economic operator; State aid control in EU candidate countries and more. Read also three case notes scrutinising ‘selectivity’ – Paint Graphos, Eventech and NOx – and one in-depth article questioning whether ENEA is the new PreussenElektra. In addition, our UK country correspondent George Peretz reveals the reality of State aid and Brexit. On top of that, EStAL 1/2018 offers insightful reports on important national developments in:
- Baltic States
- EEA EFTA States
View all articles of EStAL 1/2018.