The EU Commission and the UK propose a draft withdrawal agreement following the Brexit referendum : the State aid provisions

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State Aid Provisions in the Draft Agreement on the Withdrawal of the UK from the EU The agreement on the withdrawal of the UK from the EU requires compliance with EU State aid rules. Introduction On 14 November 2018, EU and UK negotiators finalised the text of the Agreement on the withdrawal of the UK from the EU.[1] The Agreement has to be ratified by the UK and the other 27 Member States. Given immediate political storm that broke out in the UK, its ratification there is by no means certain. The first media reaction to the Agreement was about its length. It runs to 585 pages. Although the number of pages is indeed impressive, in reality most pages are half empty. But even with half empty pages, the document is not an easy read. Although its language is mostly straight forward,

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Phedon Nicolaides, The EU Commission and the UK propose a draft withdrawal agreement following the Brexit referendum : the State aid provisions, 14 November 2018, e-Competitions Bulletin December 2018, Art. N° 88404

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