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State Aid Rules on Services of General Economic Interest: For the Committee of the Regions the Glass is half-full

Karl-Heinz Lambertz, Matthieu Hornung

DOI https://doi.org/10.21552/ESTAL/2012/2/282

It has taken local and regional authorities quite a while to “get on the map” of State Aid, that is, to become a serious interlocutor of the European Commission and a political player able to have an impact on legislation. Things have changed since the years 2003 to 2005 mainly for four reasons: Firstly. The concept of competition has given rise to problems for local and regional authorities in the past. They have often opted for a timid wait-and-see


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