This provides a useful overview, amongst other things, as to whether:
- during the transition period the existing State aid rules will continue to apply to and in the UK;
- after the expiry of the transition period, the Commission will retain jurisdiction in relation to any State aid matters initiated before the end of the transition period;
- post-transition the UK will take the opportunity to shape its own State aid regime, away from the existing rules applied across the EU;
- the proposed new approach would seek "dynamic alignment" with EU State aid legislation or would opt for more permissive regime that follows WTO rules.
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