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EU Internal Market Sub-Committee
Inquiry announced 21 July 2017.
Competition is a field in which the EU applies law and policy directly. The UK's domestic competition laws are modelled on those contained in the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union and operate under the governing principle that they are to be interpreted consistently with EU law. Responsibility to apply and enforce European antitrust policy and merger controls is shared by the European Commission and the National Competition Authorities of EU Member States. The third pillar of European competition policy, state aid, is exclusively an area of EU law and Member States can only implement aid measures after approval by the Commission.
The inquiry will explore:
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
EU Internal Market Sub-Committee launches Brexit: competition inquiry on Friday 21 July 2017