Dec. 20 (Bloomberg) -- European Union regulators plan to increase scrutiny for public services that receive subsidies of more than 15 million euros ($19.6 million) a year under proposed rules published today.
The European Commission may also exempt social services from state-aid scrutiny and may not require EU aid reviews for public services that receive less than 500,000 euros from governments over three years, according to an e-mailed statement today. The EU plans to introduce the updated rules next year.
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