Modernisation of EU state aid rules makes it easier for entrepreneurs to get state aid

For the last couple of years, the European Commission has extensively modernised the EU state aid rules and the result is that the Member States are increasingly exempt from reporting support measures before the aid is paid to the undertakings.

In particular, the result of the changed rules is that it has become easier for the Member States to provide financial support to entrepreneurial businesses which can otherwise have difficulties obtaining sufficient funds.

Gitte Holtsø, Attorney-at-Law and Plesner Partner, and Lise Aaby Nielsen, Assistant Attorney, have written an article on the subject which has been published by the trade association Danish Venture Capital and Private Equity Association in its recent newsletter.

Read the article (in Danish): Modernisering af EU's statsstøtteregler giver bedre muligheder for statsstøtte til iværksættere.

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