In the dynamic landscape of state aid, the De Minimis regulation has been put in place to ensure a fair competition between enterprises across the European Union. However, significant updates to the regulation have recently been made. Looking at the future, such changes promise to reshape how companies navigate this important aspect of state aid.
As boldly stated by the president of the European Commission – Ursula von der Leyen, the European Union should undertake more concrete actions to counter the massive subsidy packages currently being offered by the Chinese government to companies in the clean-tech sector and beyond. In addition, the US has also recently implemented a new bill
Flemish and European implications of the climate and energy crisis: government support for green industrial investments
Industrial green deal It is commonly known that green investments are on the rise, both in Flanders but also in Europe as a whole. With the expected policy changes at EU-level, these investments might receive an additional boost in the years to come. However, these investments are no easy task for European companies in the