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Italian national carrier set to be replaced within weeks by new standalone airline
Government accused of handing ‘unfair’ advantage to UK-based producers through loophole
The General Court overturned a European Commission order to the tech giant to pay back taxes in Luxembourg
A post-Brexit system of nimbler subsidy decisions also means less scrutiny
Promise of nimbler system with less red tape but tensions likely with devolved governments
Planned changes are insufficient to cut carbon emissions from farming, warn activists
Airline boss Michael O’Leary has criticised funding that he says suppresses competition
Separate victory against utility group Engie highlights battle over ‘sweetheart’ deals
Proposals would be challenge to China at tense time for EU relations with Beijing
Officials warn lenders that local companies may be ‘ineligible’ for the new scheme
European Commission’s move highlights determination to pursue disputes dating to before Brexit
Train operator needs state aid within the month to get through crisis, says owner SNCF
Low-cost airline argues support given to national carriers is discriminatory
Business secretary insists UK not seeking return to bailouts of 1970s as consultation on body’s powers launched
Danish, Austrian and Czech ministers say state aid caps are harming efforts to preserve jobs
Companies angry at being locked out of £4.6bn grant scheme because they have already passed agreed cap on support
Plea comes as industry cuts its forecast for passenger numbers amid Covid crisis
Ruling had dealt severe blow to competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager
Why stall an EU trade deal by tinkering with an issue where the UK has a poor record?
The mooted state aid approach is misguided and interventionist
Brussels angry at UK timetable for completing subsidy regime for companies
Economists say insolvency waiver introduced during pandemic should not be extended, but politicians are divided
Brussels calls on Washington to now withdraw punitive tariffs on EU goods
EU’s competition enforcer faces hard choices after setback in Apple tax case
Brussels has lost a battle but not the war