The EU Parliament launches trilogue negotiations on anti-subsidy regulation with new obligations for multinationals coming into Focus

The EU Anti-Subsidy Regulation Enters Trilogue Negotiations – New Obligations for Multinationals Coming into Focus* Exactly one year after the European Commission (Commission) proposed the Anti-Subsidy Regulation (the Regulation) (discussed on KCLB already here and here), on May 5, 2022, EU legislators launched their “trilogue” negotiations to reach an agreement on the final text. The Regulation is a global first. It combines elements of traditional merger control, EU State aid review and trade law. The Regulation gives the Commission sweeping new powers to investigate and combat distortions of competition caused by subsidies granted by non-EU countries, for example to State-owned enterprises (SOEs), who may use those subsidies to compete against EU companies that are subject to EU

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  • Norton Rose Fulbright (Brussels)

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Jay Modrall, The EU Parliament launches trilogue negotiations on anti-subsidy regulation with new obligations for multinationals coming into Focus, 5 May 2021, e-Competitions May 2021, Art. N° 108849

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