Hoy entra en vigor el Reglamento sobre subvenciones extranjeras (RSE). Este nuevo conjunto de normas contra las distorsiones causadas por las subvenciones extranjeras permitirá a la UE permanecer abierta al comercio y la inversión, garantizando al mismo tiempo unas condiciones de competencia equitativas para todas las empresas que desarrollan actividades en el mercado único. La Comisión propuso el Reglamento en mayo de 2021 y el Parlamento Europeo y el Consejo lo aprobaron en un tiempo récord, en junio de 2022.

El RSE se aplica a todas las actividades económicas de la UE y se refiere a las grandes concentraciones (fusiones y adquisiciones), los procedimientos de contratación pública y todas las demás situaciones del mercado. Las nuevas normas facultan a la Comisión para investigar las contribuciones financieras facilitadas por países terceros a empresas que ejercen una actividad económica en la UE y para corregir, en caso necesario, sus efectos distorsionadores. | RAPID, IP/23/129, 12.1.2023

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