introduction The aggression against Ukraine by Russia, the sanctions imposed by the EU and its international partners and the retaliatory counter-measures have created significant economic uncertainties, and disrupted trade flows and supply chains in many sectors. They have also led to exceptional price hikes, especially in gas and electricity, but also in numerous other inputs, raw materials and primary goods. In response to these unprecedented challenges, the European Commission ("Commission") has adopted on 23 March 2022 a Temporary Crisis Framework ("Temporary Framework") to enable EU Member States to make full use of the flexibility foreseen under State aid rules to support the EU economy in the context of Russia's invasion of Ukraine (for further information on the EU State
The EU Commission adopts "Temporary Crisis Framework" for State aid measures to support the EU economy in the context of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine
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