The main topics on the first day of the Informal Meeting of Ministers Responsible for Competitiveness were research and innovation policy and the upcoming Horizon Europe programme. The discussions provide input for further work on the sustainable growth agenda, which is one of the priorities of Finland’s Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
Neither that tax’s progressivity, nor the possibility for undertakings not making a profit in 2013 to deduct from the 2014 basis of assessment for that tax losses carried forward from the earlier financial years constitutes a selective advantage in favour of certain undertakings
Update – The Commission published a press release on the approval of the merger.
Update – the non-opposition to a notified concentration has been published in the Official Journal.