The European Parliament has given the green light to a new trade instrument aimed at preventing takeovers of European firms by highly subsidized foreign companies. On Thursday, MEPs voted in favor of the measure by a large majority, which could come into force shortly and is intended to combat market distortions. Brussels also wants to prevent foreign companies supported with state money from taking away public contracts from European competitors. Chinese companies could be hit hard by this.
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