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The UK Parliament sees its Subsidy Control Act come into force, implementing a new subsidy regulation framework designed for the post-Brexit era

On 4 January 2023, the UK’s new subsidy control regime came into force, implementing a new subsidy regulation framework designed for the post-Brexit era. Underpinned by the Subsidy Control Act 2022 (the “Act”), related statutory instruments and government guidance, the new regime aims to grant public authorities the power to design and award subsidies in an agile way while complying with the UK’s international commitments on subsidy control. Key things you need to know: The UK’s new subsidy control regime seeks to provide a framework that allows public authorities to award subsidies efficiently, while ensuring that such subsidies do not distort the domestic market or fall foul of the UK’s international commitments on subsidy control. Public authorities are responsible for self-assessing a

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Carole Maczkovics, The UK Parliament sees its Subsidy Control Act come into force, implementing a new subsidy regulation framework designed for the post-Brexit era, 4 January 2023, e-Competitions January 2023 - II, Art. N° 110591

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