The EU Parliament and Council pass a foreign direct investment regime establishing a framework for the screening of FDI into the Union

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Summary On 10 April 2019, Regulation (EU) 2019/452 (the “Regulation”) entered into force, establishing a European Union framework for the screening of foreign direct investments (“FDI”). [1] The Regulation does not require EU member states to implement national FDI screening mechanisms or transfer decision-making power with regard to FDI from member state authorities to the European Commission. However, it imposes certain basic requirements on those member states that have domestic FDI regimes and establishes cooperation obligations among the relevant national authorities and the European Commission. In particular, it creates a framework for the exchange of information and opinion between EU member states and the European Commission. In practice, the cooperation obligations set out in

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  • Sullivan & Cromwell (London)
  • Sullivan & Cromwell (Brussels)

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Juan Rodriguez, Michael Rosenthal, The EU Parliament and Council pass a foreign direct investment regime establishing a framework for the screening of FDI into the Union, 19 mars 2019, e-Competitions March 2019, Art. N° 96922

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