EStAL 1/2021 – A Busy Agenda

Issue 1/2021 of the European State Aid Law Quarterly (EStAL) is now out! So much is currently happening in the world of State aid. COVID-19 aid, Brexit, the aftershocks of Hinkley, reshaping the future with the European Green Deal – only some of the complex issues that keep State aid experts busy these days. You can find the most recent, in-depth analysis on all these topics (and more) in the latest issue of EStAL. Read articles on: the impact of Hinkley Point C on the assessment of the compatibility of State aid, subsidy control under the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement (see also the two country reports on the subject), the interplay between the Green Deal and regions, State aid and the Just Transition, regulating State aid in the Member States, how worker-buyouts might help save jobs and build resilient businesses, the application of the MEOP in the aviation sector, and the State aid acquis under the Energy Community. Also in issue 1/2021 of EStAL is an opinion on the Fehmarn Fixed Link case and the following case annotations:

Get updated with news from the Member States:

  • Austria: COVID-19 Measures and Two State Aid Cases
  • Belgium: Ports Subject to Corporate Tax
  • Croatia: COVID-19 Response
  • France: Failure to Abide by Standstill Obligation
  • UK: The UK Subsidy Control Regime
  • UK: The New Chapter on Subsidies Regulation

EStAL 1/2021 also includes a book review of Andreas Bartosch’s EU-Beihilfenrecht (3rd edn) and report on the 2020 Autumn EStALI conference.

View all articles of EStAL 1/21 here.

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