The EU Commission adopts a regulation stating that for a period of six weeks the export of goods outside of the EU was subject to an export authorization granted

In the context of the COVID-19 epidemiological crisis, the demand for personal protective equipment (“PPE”) has increased significantly, with related shortages occurring in several Member States. Production of PPE, such as mouth-protection masks in the European Union, is indeed concentrated in a limited number of Member States and, despite the efforts to increase production, the current production levels of the European Union have long been insufficient to meet the relevant internal demand. Consequently, in order to remedy and

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Irene Picciano, Maria Cristina Michelini, The EU Commission adopts a regulation stating that for a period of six weeks the export of goods outside of the EU was subject to an export authorization granted, 14 March 2020, e-Competitions March 2020, Art. N° 99937

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