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BTJ 3-4/17 - Facilitating public investments in ports. The updated General Block Exemption Regulation

Publication date: 2017-08-28

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BTJ 3-4/17 - Facilitating public investments in ports. The updated General Block Exemption Regulation

The application of state aid rules to ports used to be a case-by-case exercise.

This is likely to change, for in May this year the European Commission amended the General Block Exemption Regulation (GBER), exempting certain public support measures for maritime ports from the strict notification requirement.

Facilitating public investments in ports, by Dr. Kai-Dieter Classen, LL.M. (Berkeley), Deputy Director of the External Affairs Division, Hamburg Port Authority

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