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SGEI Compensation in the Almunia Package – An Economics View

Lorenzo Coppi


I. Introduction Services of General Interest (SGI) are very important from an economics perspective because they often involve some of the core categories of public spending (health, education, welfare and social spending, universal access to key services, etc.). Many of those services are economic in nature, and as such are subject to Article 106 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU). The main goal pursued by Services of Gener


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