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What Future for the Euro?

Why an Energy Performance of Buildings Directive review?

CCMI contributes to European leadership in strategic sectors

Consultations on the Common Agricultural Policy

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Issue Date: February 2017
    The Employers' Group newsletter February 2017

    Topics: What Future for the Euro? Why an Energy Performance of Buildings Directive review? CCMI contributes to European leadership in strategic sectors Consultations on the Common Agricultural Policy

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  • Issue Date: January 2017
    The Employers' Group newsletter January 2017

    Topics: The future of posting of workers - employers' perspective; Maltese EU Presidency: An honest broker at a difficult time;  EFSI - Growth and Employment a priority for the European Union;  Determination and joint cooperation: The keys to success in Europe in 2017; Brexit: EU-UK Trade options; Governments must resist imposing trade restrictions through the tax system; Improving the effectiveness of policies for SMEs

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    The Employers' Group Nesletter January 2017

  • Issue Date: December 2016
    The Employers' Group newsletter December 2016

    Topics: Less is more. Employers' Group against over-implementation; CETA emerging from the shadow of TTIP; After Brexit and Trump – whither trade?; The EU in the Age of Post-truth Politics; Will 2017 be the year of the social economy?; Labour Force and Technology Transformation

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    The Employers' Group newsletter December 2016

  • Issue Date: October 2016
    The Employers' Group newsletter October 2016

    Topics: Trade as a driver of sustainable development; EU budgetary policy at a crossroads; Food and Trade conference in Bratislava; Have national civil servants ever really joined the EU?; 4th industrial revolution: Let's grasp opportunities and courageously face challenges!

     

     

     

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    The Employers' Group newsletter October 2016

  • Issue Date: September 2016
    The Employers' Group newsletter September 2016

    Topics: Circular economy: beneficial to all; Innovation and education: a shift to a long-term policy; Climate story - from ignorance to fatigue; Industry 4.0 – how to anticipate the future?

     

     

     

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    The Employers' Group newsletter September 2016

  • Issue Date: September 2016
    Sustainable Industry in the context of the Circular Economy

    The publication prepared for the conference organised on 13 September in Košice, Slovakia

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    Sustainable Industry in the context of the Circular Economy

  • Issue Date: July 2016
    The Employers' Group newsletter July 2016

    Topics: Brexit; EU-Canada FTA; Driving Innovation and Industry in Europe; Imminent Global Challenges: Dutch and EU Solutions

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    The Employers' Group newsletter July 2016

  • Issue Date: May 2016
    The Employers' Group newsletter May 2016

    Topics: EU-Japan FTA: state of play; Better access to the EU market motivates economic reforms in Eastern Partnership countries;

    What Future for the EU's relations with African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of countries post 2020?; Factors for Growth in the EU

     

     

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    The Employers' Group newsletter May 2016

  • Issue Date: April 2016
    The Employers' Group newsletter April 2016

    Topics: What future for EU SME policy? The outcome of the SME Round Table; Completing EMU; Building a Capital Market Union; The key role of business in EU external policy

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    The Employers' Group newsletter April 2016

  • Issue Date: April 2016
    What future for EU SME policy?

    The publication, prepared of the SME Round Table, gathers numerous contributions on the future of EU SME policy, prepared by representatives of the major employers' organisations in Europe (BUSINESSEUROPE, UEAPME, EUROCHAMBRES, EuroCommerce, Copa-Cogeca and CEEP, ESBA, EFB and others).

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