Brexit: UK to set up new state aid rules for business

Any system will be built to ensure “big companies cannot play off the regions, nations, towns, and cities of the UK against each other in a competition to benefit from taxpayer subsidy – protecting the dynamic and competitive market economy across the UK,” the department said.

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