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State Aid Law: Making the Most of the Opportunities Presented by the GBER 2014-2020

Alexander Rose

With the European Court of Auditors identifying State aid non-compliance in 20% of all European Structural and Investment (ESI) funded projects audited, one of the primary concerns for managing authorities delivering the ESIF 2014-2020 programmes will be putting in place appropriate systems to ensure State aid law compliance. This paper explores the opportunities to provide lawful State aid under the cover of the new General Block Exemption Regulation 651/2014 (GBER 2014-2020).


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