Technical Officer Association of Tax Technicians
Share this content
European Union
istock_artjazz_aw

State aid in the time of coronavirus

by

Emma Rawson assesses which coronavirus business support schemes are classified as EU state aid and what that means for UK businesses who take advantage of those schemes. 

3rd Jun 2020
Technical Officer Association of Tax Technicians
Share this content

The UK government has put in place an unprecedented package of support for businesses during the coronavirus crisis. Whilst these measures may provide a much-needed lifeline, there have been concerns that they could lead to state aid headaches for those businesses that benefit from them.

What is state aid?

Broadly, a measure will constitute state aid if it:

Register for free to continue reading

It’s 100% free and provides unlimited access to the latest accounting news, advice and insight every day. As well as access to this exclusive article, you can:


Content lock down, tick icon

View all AccountingWEB content


Content lock down, tick icon

Comment on articles


Content lock down, tick icon

Watch our digital shows and more

Access content now

Already have an account?

Replies (0)

Please login or register to join the discussion.

There are currently no replies, be the first to post a reply.