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The book provides a scrutiny of legislative novelties and case law in the area of EU competition and state aid rules, with the particular emphasis on the interaction between public and private enforcement of the mentioned rules.
The target readers are all stakeholders and others involved in the process of enforcement – judges, attorneys at law, corporate lawyers and market participants who have sustained or could sustain damage as a result of the violations of competition or state aid rules. The efficient enforcement of competition and state aid rules is one of the keys to the successful economic development and stability of the EU internal market. While the Commission is charged with application of EU state aid rules, EU competition rules are applied by national enforcers as well. Proper and uniform application across Member States is thus one of the biggest challenges in this area of law. Particularly important in this regard are the national enforcers responsible for the direct application of EU competition rules.