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Herbert Smith Freehills Evidence on State aid / Brexit for House of Lords

19 October 2017 | London, Brussels
Legal Briefings – By Lode Van Den Hende, Eric White and Morris Schonberg


In September 2017 we submitted evidence to the House of Lords Internal Market Sub-Committee in its inquiry into the impact of Brexit on UK competition policy, focusing on the application of the State aid rules post-Brexit. Our evidence addresses whether a State aid regime may be required as part of any future UK-EU trade agreement; the need for a UK domestic State aid authority; the application of the WTO anti-subsidy rules in a no-deal situation; and the links with the UK's new industrial strategy.

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The comments contained in this document are those of Herbert Smith Freehills LLP and do not represent the views of any of our individual clients. If you would like to contact us regarding this submission, please email Lode Van Den Hende, Eric White and Morris Schonberg.


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