Andrea Biondi addresses some of the thorniest legal issues raised by a post-Brexit state-aid scenario – are the rules, principles and rights set for extinction?
In the post-EU referendum age, state aid law has had the dubious privilege of being singled out as one of the specific areas of EU law that should be, or could be, easily dispensed with. A sort of cross-party agreement had identified the rules on control on granting aid to undertakings as an excessive interference in national industrial and fiscal policies. Leaving aside the political wisdom of this position, this article addresses some of the thorniest legal issues raised by a post-Brexit state aid scenario.
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