Commission welcomes letter from Mitsotakis urging action on multinationals

[Johanna Geron/Reuters]

The European Commission has welcomed a letter from Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis querying territorial supply constraints (TSCs) "as a contribution to the overall reflection on the future of the single market."

A spokesperson for the Commission told Kathimerini that it would reply "to the letter in due time."

In the letter, which was addressed to Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, Mitsotakis referred to the "asymmetric power of some large multinational companies in terms of their differentiated pricing policy vis-a-vis individual member states."

"The Commission remains constantly committed to bringing down unjustified regulatory and non-regulatory barriers to ensure a better functioning of the single market," the spokesperson said, describing TSCs as "non-regulatory barriers to a better functioning of the single market."

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