TEPSA is happy to present its first TEPSA Brief on “State aid regulation post-Brexit: Why a state aid control mechanism is likely to be included in a future EU-UK trade agreement“, written by Laurence Bielen in the framework of the PONT Working Europe Seminar on EU Trade Policy.
“To what extent will the UK apply state aid control post- Brexit? This question is highly dependent upon the future UK trade relationship with the EU. The more market access granted beyond regular WTO commitments, the more state aid discipline beyond the World Trade Organization (WTO) anti-subsidy regulation will be required from the UK by the EU to ensure a level playing field “.
You can access the brief here.