Two-year probe clears port of Antwerp of breaking EU state aid rules

November 27, 2018 Gavin van Marle

A two-year investigation into whether Antwerp port authority broke EU state aid regulations in its relationship with its major container terminal operators during the depths of the global financial crisis has ended.
The European Commission has ruled that it acted as a private investor would have.
In 2004, Antwerp port authority concluded concession agreements with PSA and DP World for 42 years each for the operation of its newly built facilities in the ...

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