From remarks on the Commission Notice on the Notion of State aid over to the right of access and State aid procedures, our guest bloggers on the StateAidHub have shed light on various controversial State aid judgments and developments. View now the most popular posts of 2016.
With the end of 2016, we thank not only Prof Phedon Nicolaides for his continuous excellent contributions, but we also wish to express our thanks to our guest bloggers who have submitted blog posts to our State aid blog section. We are delighted to announce the top 3 blog posts that attracted most of our readership. They were written by: Gian Marco Galletti, Prof Erika Szyszczak and G. Guðmundsson & A. Eliassen:
- Remarks on the Infrastructure Section of the Commission Notice on the Notion of State Aid
by Gian Marco Galletti (Kings College London), 22.06.2016
- Article 263(4) TFEU: Third Party Challenges to State Aid Decisions
by Prof. Erika Szyszczak (University of Sussex & Littleton Chambers, London), 05.10.2016
- Being a Competition and State Aid Trainee at the EFTA Surveillance Authority
by G. Guðmundsson & A. Eliassen, 04.03.2016
Enjoy reading! The StateAidHub team remains with best regards wishing you happy holidays and a prosperous New Year 2017!
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