Category Archives: WTO anti-subsidy rules

Leading UK lawyers write to PM on subsidy control after transition

On 18 September, a number of leading lawyers with expertise in the area of subsidies and State aid, many of them members of UKSALA and with a wide spectrum of views on Brexit, wrote a joint letter to the Prime … Continue reading

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Squaring the circle: Level playing field provisions and the negotiation of a UK-EU free trade agreement

Note: We are delighted to publish this article by Totis Kotsonis (partner at Pinsent Masons): the article was originally published on 3 March 2020 on on the Kluwer Competition Law Blog but retains its relevance as an important contribution to the … Continue reading

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Compromise Position for Subsidy Control in a UK/EU FTA

James Webber[1]  The Government has an announced intention to introduce a subsidy control regime[2]. This will be strongly informed by the Agreement with the EU – which will inevitably need to be reached first. In my view, the subsidy control … Continue reading

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