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Road haulage transport would be seriously affected if the UK left the EU without a withdrawal agreement. The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) backs the Commission's temporary measures on road freight transport services between the UK and the EU in the event of a "no‑deal" Brexit, pointing out that a transitional period with reciprocity of haulage rights should be put in place.


Citizens' needs and concerns were the focus of the debate on the digital revolution at the February plenary session of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), which reaffirmed that the "human in command" principle should always be endorsed.


The EESC calls for a budget increase and special promotion under Horizon 2020

The creative sector in Europe has great potential, but it needs more support to fully develop and become a serious competitive player on the world market.  Other branches, including the textile, tourism, automotive, construction, and health industries would also benefit from an ambitious cultural and creative sector. The EESC therefore calls for an increase in the budget and specific financial support under Horizon 2020.


An effective solution for taxation of businesses in the digitalised economy should be found at the global level, to prevent further unilateral action and to ensure sustainable growth, investment, tax certainty and fairness, international tax experts and civil society representatives stated at a hearing held by the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) on 29 January.