DMA: These are the sticking points

Almost in lockstep, the European Parliament and the Council are pushing ahead with the Digital Markets Act (DMA). Next Monday, members of the Internal Market Committee will vote on the recent compromise (Europe.Table reported exclusively). Then on Thursday, ministers will meet at the Competitiveness Council to decide on the general approach. If the plenary of the European Parliament gives the green light in December, the trialogue can begin. If everything goes as planned, the new rules could come into force at the beginning of 2023.

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