The Foreign Subsidies Regulation (‘FSR') enters into force, covering all economic activities in the EU. This new set of rules will allow the EU to remain open to trade and investment, while ensuring a level playing field for all companies operating in the Single Market.
The Digital Decade policy programme 2030 is now a reality. The European Parliament, Member States and the Commission have set concrete objectives and targets in four key areas: digital skills; infrastructure (including connectivity); digitalisation of businesses; and online public services
On 1 January 2023, Sweden took over the Presidency of the Council of the European Union from Czechia. Security, competitiveness, green and energy transitions, democratic values and the rule of law – these are the priorities of the Presidency for the coming six months.