The Competition Committee provides input to ensure the development of efficient and balanced competition policies and legislation, in line with the procedures and best practice at EU level. By ensuring a level playing field for businesses, the competition policy fosters economic growth, wealth and job creation.
In its endeavors, the Competition Committee’s main counterpart is the Romanian Competition Council.
The Competition Committee focuses its interventions and recommendations in three main areas:
The State-Aid group advocates for functional state-aid schemes, focusing on value-added sectors, observing the stability, transparency and predictability principles. The Committee advocates for an EU compliant state-aid policy to increase Romania’s attractiveness and competitiveness.