The European Commission adopts regulation exempting State aid for employment from notification under Article 88(1)

"Commission adopts Regulation exempting State aid for employment from notification under Article 88(1)"* On 12 December 2002, the Commission adopted a further Regulation [1] exempting state aid from notification, following those adopted in January 2001. While those first three regulations had dealt with training aid, so-called de minimisaid and aid to small and medium-sized enterprises [2], the new regulation, under the same legal base of Regulation (EC) 994/98 [3], covered state aid for employment. The aim of the regulation is to facilitate Member States’ employment initiatives by relieving them of the burden of notifying, and the Commission of examining, certain state aid with employment objectives. It provides this exemption, under specified conditions, to aid for the creation of

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Ben Slocock, The European Commission adopts regulation exempting State aid for employment from notification under Article 88(1), 12 December 2002, e-Competitions Bulletin December 2002, Art. N° 36933

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