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Government supports intervention in foreign subsidies that distort competition in the European Union, but insists on clear rules

17.6.2021 13.46
EU flags in front of the Berlaymount building in Brussels
Image: The European Commission
The European Commission is proposing new ways of tackling subsidies granted by non-EU governments that distort competition in the internal market. Finland supports the aims of the proposal calling for level playing field for businesses that receive foreign subsidies and for businesses that do not. The rules must be clear and predictable.

Finland supports common EU rules on digital platforms

4.2.2021 13.59
The European Commission has submitted two legislative proposals aimed at making the digital environment safer and fairer for consumers and businesses. One of the proposed regulations concerns digital services and the other concerns the digital market. Finland supports the objectives of the proposed regulations and suggests some clarifications for further preparation.

Competitiveness Council discussed consumer rights and corporate tax transparency

28.11.2019 17.03
Timo Harakka chaired the meeting
Photo: European union
EU ministers responsible for industry and the internal market met in Brussels on 28 November chaired by Minister of Employment Timo Harakka and Minister of Economic Affairs Katri Kulmuni. The Competitiveness Council agreed a general approach on the directive on representative actions to strengthen consumer rights. This means that negotiations can be launched with the European Parliament.

EU competitiveness ministers to discuss ‘Fit for 55’ and internal market development

27.9.2021 12.36
Kuvassa ministeri Haatainen ja ministeri Lintilä
The Competitiveness Council will discuss the EU’s climate package, ‘Fit for 55', from an industrial perspective, the role of better regulation in developing competitiveness and the internal market, and the governance reform of the European Research Area. 

Legislative amendments to reform and harmonise market surveillance in Finland

23.9.2021 13.47
The Government proposes amendments to certain laws regulating market surveillance in Finland. The amendments will update national market surveillance structures to correspond with the new EU Market Surveillance Regulation. The proposal also aims to harmonise the regulation of market surveillance in Finland. The amendments are set to enter into force during autumn 2021.

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