EU urges member states to attach green conditions to State Aid, after revamped rules omit mandatory climate conditions

Cecilia Keating
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Revised State Aid rules published by the European Commission on Friday require that large companies report on how they use public funds in line with national and EU green goals, but falls short of mandating climate conditions for stimulus packages

The European Union's Climate Commissioner has called on national governments to take the lead on ensuring all state bailouts have green conditions attached following the European Commission's decision...

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