The EU Commission puts into operation FDI coordination six months early, proposing cooperation on an informal and voluntary basis

The European Commission has added to its call to Member States to act on foreign direct investment (“FDI”) by announcing that it is ready to support EU-level cooperation on FDI now. Spurred on by the COVID-19 crisis and the perceived vulnerability of key EU assets, the informal cooperation announced by the Commission will bring into effect early certain elements of the EU-level screening mechanism under the EU FDI Regulation that would otherwise have come into force in October 2020. We consider what this announcement means and share some additional insights into the current approach of the Commission and Directorate-General Trade (“DG Trade”) to the subject of FDI based on a recent forum including senior officials. Announcement of Early Cooperation on Foreign Direct Investment On 16

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Katherine Kingsbury, Horst Henschen, Peter D. Camesasca, The EU Commission puts into operation FDI coordination six months early, proposing cooperation on an informal and voluntary basis, 25 mars 2020, e-Competitions March 2020, Art. N° 95604

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