- Brexit and the impact on State aid
- What will likely be the key impact of the plan to trigger Article 50 TEU by March 2017 (and Brexit by March 2019) for State aid and why?
- What is your view on the government’s legislative plan to adopt existing EU law ‘where practical’?
- What are the key implications of a hard Brexit vs soft Brexit for State aid?
- Are there some UK sectors that are likely to be see a bigger impact as a result of changes in State aid law?
- In the context of Brexit, does UK devolution have additional consequences in relation to state aid?
- What should lawyers and professionals working with State aid rules be doing to prepare?
- How does all this fit with other developments in relation to State aid? What does the future hold?
Public Law analysis: With Welsh steelworks playing a visible role in the referendum campaign, and Nissan auto manufacturing prominent in the fallout of Brexit, State aid has become one of the foremost concerns in the question of what happens next with the UK and EU. Nicole Robins, senior consultant with Oxera, advises that the removal of EU State aid rules may not be quite the transformation that was promised.
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