DMA: compromise proposals adopted

The Committee on the Internal Market of the European Parliament has adopted the rapporteurs’ compromise proposals on the Digital Markets Act (DMA) by a large majority. The resulting legislative proposal will be finally voted on in committee this morning, but this is considered a formality. Subsequently, the Parliament’s plenary is expected to clear the way for the trilogue negotiations in mid-December.

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