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Legislation > Block Exemption Regulations

In recent years, the Commission has started a process of modernisation and simplification of State aid procedures. To this end, the Council adopted Regulation No 994/98 of 7 May 1998, which enables the Commission to adopt so-called Block Exemption Regulations for State aid. With these regulations, the Commission can declare specific categories of State aid compatible with the Treaty if they fulfil certain conditions, thus exempting them from the requirement of prior notification and Commission approval. As a result, Member States are able to grant aid that meets the conditions laid down in these regulations without the formal notification procedure and only have to submit information sheets on the implemented aid.


Enabling Regulation

De minimis aid

General block exemption Regulation (GBER)

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