The chapter gives a practical insight into the Norwegian state aid rules to lawyers, legal scholars and anyone taking an interest in state aid.

The chapter gives you answers to this:

  • What is the Norwegian state aid policy?
  • Which bodies are in charge of granting aid and receiving aid applications in Norway?
  • What scope is there for state aid in Norway and what are the most significant aid schemes?
  • How is the legal (procedural and substantive) framework for aid in Norway?
  • What are the important strategic considerations and best practices for aid recipients?
  • How can competitors find out about possible illegal or unlawful aid and what are the important strategic considerations for competitors?
  • What role do state aid implications concerning public undertakings, public holdings and public-private partnerships play in Norway?

 

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