The European Commission has opened new possibilities for supporting research, development, and innovation (“R&D&I”) through the adoption of a revised framework for State aid in this area. The “2022 R&D&I
State Aid & RDI: adoption of a revised framework for State aid for Research, Development, and Innovation
State aid and COVID-19: authorization of an aid scheme to support investment towards a sustainable recovery
In line with support measures for companies initiated during the COVID-19 pandemic by public authorities, the European Commission has just opened new support possibilities for France up to €7 billion.
Review of the administrative doctrine on the RTC and the ITC: What about outsourced research expenses?
We published a preview of the main issues affected by the revision of the administrative doctrine on 13 July 2021. In this second summary article, you’ll find the important legislative
The “France 2030” plan takes over from the France Relance Plan: 30 billion euros in funding for ten top objectives
Announced yesterday by the French President and taking over from the Recovery Plan, the France 2030 Plan aims to allow France to regain its environmental, industrial, technological, health and cultural
Industry decarbonization : the French State expands the scope of grants for financing investments in decarbonization of industry
As part of the recovery plan, 1.2 billion euros has been mobilized to support companies wishing to equip themselves to reduce their GHG emissions or improve their energy efficiency through
COVID-19 State Aids framework: extension in time and increased aid ceilings – a duty of care and traceability for aided companies
The experience of more than a year of public authority support to companies in the context of the COVID-19 epidemic shows that it is not easy for companies to ensure
As part of Europe’s green recovery, the European Commission invests 1 billion euros in innovative clean technology projects Led by the European Commission since the end of 2019, the “Green
RTC on staff seconded by another company: whilst possible in theory, the practical justification is rigorous and evidence based
By a 2017 ruling, the French State Council stated that the expenses of seconded staff carrying out research operations in the company premises and with its resources could be eligible