Porti e aeroporti, nuove regole Ue semplificano investimenti

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Lo afferma Isabella De Monte, europarlamentare del Pd e componente della commissione Trasporti e turismo, commentando le nuove regole sugli aiuti di Stato approvate oggi dalla Commissione Ue, che semplificano gli investimenti, perché esenteranno alcune misure di sostegno pubblico a porti, aeroporti, cultura e regioni periferiche dallo scrutinio preventivo della Ue. L'obiettivo è di promuovere indirettamente gli investimenti pubblici in un momento economico sempre fragile.

Gli aiuti di Stato creano spesso problemi lì dove, al termine dell'indagine, non si riscontrano. Un'asticella alzata per "facilitare gli investimenti pubblici", "chiarire le regole, semplificare le procedure e permettere agli Stati membri di spendere i fondi più velocemente". Basti pensare che gli Stati potranno d'ora in poi investire negli aeroporti regionali con un traffico di passeggeri fino a 3 milioni all'anno senza il controllo preventivo della Commissione. Questi piccoli aeroporti, che sono quasi la metà di tutti gli aeroporti dell'UE, ma gestiscono solo lo 0,75% del traffico aereo, possono offrire un importante contributo alla connettività di una regione, ma difficilmente possono falsare la concorrenza nel mercato unico dell'UE. Inoltre, è consentito ai soggetti pubblici di investire fino a 150 milioni di euro nei porti marittimi e fino a 50 milioni nei porti lacustri o fluviali, senza dover chiedere il via libera a Bruxelles.

Per quanto riguarda i porti, le spese includono anche lavori di dragaggio.

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