Opinions on Enterprises & Industry - page 10

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  • 27 Oct 2011
    The perspective for sustainable employment in Rail, rolling stock and infra producers. How the industrial change will influence European employment and competence base Adopted References: CCMI/089 EESC-2011-1599 Own-initiative Rapporteur: Mr Curtis (Workers - GR II / United Kingdom) Co-rapporteur: Ms Hrušecká (Workers - GR II / Slovakia)

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  • 26 Oct 2011
    The processing and exploitation, for economic and environmental purposes of the industrial and mining waste deposits from European Union Adopted References: CCMI/087 EESC-2011-1597 Own-initiative Rapporteur: Mr Fornea (Workers - GR II / Romania) Co-rapporteur: Mr Kotowski (Various interests - GR III / Poland) In the framework of this opinion a hearing (The processing and exploitation, for economic and environmental purposes, of the industrial and mining waste deposits from European Union) was organized in Cluj Napoca / Kolozsvár, in Romania, on 19 May 2011.

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  • 26 Oct 2011
    Opportunities and challenges for a more competitive European woodworking and furniture sector Adopted References: CCMI/088 EESC-2011-1598 Rapporteur: Mr Zboril (Employers - GR I) Co-rapporteur: Mr Pesci (Employers - GR I)

    In the framework of this opinion a hearing (Opportunities and challenges for a more competitive European woodworking and furniture sector) was organized in Praha, Czech Republic, on 9 June 2011.

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  • 21 Sep 2011
    Review of the "Small Business Act" Adopted References: INT/573 EESC-2011-1375 Referral - Rapporteur: Mr Lannoo (Various interests - GR III / Belgium) Plenary Session: 474 - 21 Sep 2011 - 22 Sep 2011 (Summary Plenary Session) OJ C 376, 22.12.2011, p. 51 The revised SBA for Europe marks a decisive new stage in the political recognition of SMEs and above all of micro-enterprises. This EESC opinion recommends that the European institutions, Member States and the regions adopt it as the basis for their SMEs policies as well as for their economic and industrial policies. It insists on recognising the SBA's "Think Small First" principle when drafting legislation for SMEs. The EESC notes that the SBA will not succeed unless a genuine "multi-stakeholder and multilevel governance partnership" is established where economic and social partners and all representative public and private stakeholders are involved in political discussions concerning SMEs.

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  • 21 Sep 2011
    A new political framework for tourism in Europe Adopted References: INT/529 EESC-2011-1374 Referral - Rapporteur: Mr Gkofas (Various interests - GR III / Greece) Plenary Session: 474 - 21 Sep 2011 - 22 Sep 2011 (Summary Plenary Session) OJ C 376, 22.12.2011, p. 44

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  • 14 Jul 2011
    Framework Programme / Euratom Adopted References: INT/576 EESC-2011-1164 Referral Rapporteur: Mr Wolf (Various interests - GR III / Germany) Plenary Session: 473 - 13 Jul 2011 - 14 Jul 2011 (Summary Plenary Session) OJ C 318, 29.10.2011, p. 127

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  • 14 Jul 2011
    Tackling the challenges in commodity markets and on raw materials Adopted References: CCMI/091 EESC-2011-1177 Rapporteur: Mr Zboril (Employers - GR I / Czech Republic) Co-rapporteur: Mr Gibellieri (Workers - GR II / Italy) The EESC welcomes the Commission document COM(2011) 25 final Tackling the Challenges in Commodity Markets and on Raw Materials and The European raw materials' initiative (RMI) as an important step to tackle this vital issue. EESC thus urges the EC to monitor the situation in international trade of critical raw materials (as listed in COM(2011) 25 final and with regular updating of this list). In addition, we endorse the need to continue in negotiation at the international level (WTO) to promote free trade also in commodity markets. The EESC urges a more active foreign policy regarding security of raw materials for EU industry. The raw material policy must form an integral component of the EU industrial policy. The EESC thinks that the creation of a strategic stockpile of critical raw materials is among the potential solutions. The EESC recommends launching initiatives to support research, data collection and monitoring focused on the current or potential raw material resources in the Member States but also in third countries. The Committee considers research and innovation to be a crucial factor of the raw material policy. Raw material policy must be reflected as a priority of the forthcoming 8th Framework Programme for research and innovation in the EU. The EESC recommends supporting current or new raw material extraction in the Member States, which conforms to the EU environmental, social and health and safety legislation. The domestic supply should be among the pillars of all raw material policies. The EESC supports recycling of raw materials and underlines the necessity to secure the highest level of recycling rate, where it is economical and technically feasible. The EESC recommends supporting extraction from old mining waste, which contents a significant volume of a rich spectrum of different metals.

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  • 13 Jul 2011
    European Procurement Market Adopted References: INT/570 EESC-2011-1162 Referral - Rapporteur: Mr Joost van Iersel (Employers - GR I / Netherlands) Co-rapporteur: Mr Miguel Ángel Cabra de Luna (Various interests - GR III / Spain) Plenary Session: 473 - 13 Jul 2011 - 14 Jul 2011 (Summary Plenary Session) OJ C 318, 29.10.2011, p. 113

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  • 13 Jul 2011
    State aid to shipbuilding (additional opinion) Adopted References: CCMI/085 EESC-2011-1176 Own-initiative Rapporteur: Mr Krzaklewski (Workers - GR II / Poland) Co-rapporteur: Mr Calvet Chambon (Employers - GR I / Spain) In the framework of this opinion a hearing (European Shipbuilding Industry - State aid and more) was organized in Gdansk, Poland, on 29 April 2010.

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  • 13 Jul 2011
    Eu crisis exit strategies and industrial change: more precarious or sustainable jobs? Adopted References: CCMI/079 EESC-2011-1175 Own-initiative Rapporteur: Mr Siecker (Workers - GR II / Netherlands) Co-rapporteur: Mr Pop (Various interests - GR III / Romania)

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