Eriksson, Ida Otken
December 2010
European State Aid Law Quarterly;Dec2010, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p738
The article reports on the approval of the European Commission to the Press Subsidy, press aid scheme in Sweden. It notes that the Commission has been observing on the reduced aid intensity of metropolitan newspapers and determined the proposal from the Swedish Government. It states that the Commission offers several amendments to the scheme which include the introduction of a time limit for the aid granted with an examination of its impact on media pluralism and competition.


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