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Brussels à Jour: Exploring the First 100 Days of the Notification Obligation under the Foreign Subsidies Regulation

The first 100 days have passed since EU’s newest regulatory regime to target foreign subsidies granted by non-EU countries in the context of transactions took effect on 12 October 2023. This seemed to be just the right moment for the Commission’s Directorate-General for Competition (DG COMP) to share its experience and provide us with statistics of the first cases assessed under the Foreign Subsidies Regulation (FSR) in a Policy Brief issued on 1 February 2024. To our newsletter.

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