How State aid rules are being applied to European football: Part 1 – examples of the Commission’s approach
Published 07 July 2014 By: Richard Craven
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- Tags: European Commission | European Ombudsman | Financial Fair Play | Football | Holland | Spain | State Aid Law | Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union | UEFA Club Licensing
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