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Paolo Palmigiano

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Paolo Palmigiano

Associé

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18 mai 2020

Paolo Palmigiano speaks to CNBC on the EU's new state aid rules

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There are key differences between the new rules and those informing 2008's banking bailout, including a significant “push” for companies to not hang on to state aid for too long.

Informed by the 2008 bailout, the EU has learned lessons to provide financial aid to companies struggling with the ongoing coronavirus crisis. Paolo describes the major differences, including the new environmental agenda "not even considered in the banking crisis". Read the full article, first published on CNBC (May 2020).

Paolo examines the key differences in further detail here.

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