The EU Commission DG Competition publishes a Code of best practices for the conduct of State aid control procedures in the official Journal of European Union

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The European Commission’s Code of Best Practices on State Aid Procedures Closer cooperation between Commission services and Member States. Introduction The European Commission, DG Competition, published on 16 July 2018 on its website and then on 19 July 2018 in the Official Journal of the EU a Code of Best Practices for the Conduct of State Aid Control Procedures. The purpose of the Code is to provide guidance to Member States and undertakings on how State aid procedures work in practice, by making procedures “as transparent, simple, clear, predictable and timely as possible”. It clarifies how and how quickly the Commission can handle formal complaints. The present Code replaces the 2009 Code of Best Practices. In this context, the Commission welcomes pre-notification contacts,

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