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Aprobados on 09/07/2014
Referencia: 
INT/741-EESC-2014-02102-00-00-AC-TRA
Pleno: 
500 -
Jul 09, 2014 Jul 10, 2014

The EESC welcomes the Commission communication and emphasises the growth potential of crowdfunding in the EU as an alternative source of funding. It also emphasises the dependence of SMEs on bank loans, a situation that will persist despite the existence of alternative sources which are not always easy to access. Therefore Crowdfunding should be explicitly recognised in the laws of the Member States as a new form of patronage.

Dictamen del CESE: Crowdfunding in the European Union

Aprobados on 06/07/2017
Referencia: 
INT/787-EESC-2016-EESC-2016-03121-00-00-AC
Pleno: 
527 -
Jul 05, 2017 Jul 06, 2017

 

In its Opinion, the EESC draws attention to significant inefficiencies still existing in both the formulation and implementation of SME policies, warns against a bureaucratic approach still prevalent in EU policies and calls for a visible, coordinated and consistent horizontal policy for SMEs, based on a multiannual action plan. The EESC also proposes that the Commission assess whether the current definition of SMEs corresponds to their heterogeneity, sectoral dynamics, specific features and diversity during the last decade.

Dictamen del CESE: Effectiveness of policies for SMEs

Aprobados on 12/12/2018
Referencia: 
INT/854-EESC-2018-02861-00-00-AC-TRA
Pleno: 
539 -
Dec 12, 2018 Dec 13, 2018

The EESC calls on the authorities at all levels to engage in close cooperation with all the stakeholders with a view to drawing up a specific action plan on the future of European retail in the 21st century.

Dictamen del CESE: Retail sector (Communication)

Aprobados on 23/05/2012
Referencia: 
INT/623-EESC-2012-1294
Pleno: 
481 -
May 23, 2012 May 24, 2012

The EESC welcomes the Commission proposal but highlights the fact that it can only be one component of dedicated financial instruments for social businesses. The Committee reminds the Commission that some elements of the proposal have to be clarified in order to allow such funds to be successful, both for the financial community and for the final beneficiaries.

Dictamen del CESE: European Social Entrepreneurship Funds

Aprobados on 21/01/2017
Referencia: 
INT/817-EESC-2017-01443-00-00-ac-tra
Pleno: 
528 -
Sep 20, 2017 Sep 21, 2017

Impact assessments of any legislative proposals must be integrated and accorded due importance to the economic, social and environmental dimensions, including for SMEs. The Committee has called for the Parliament, the Council and the European Commission to agree on a common methodology on impact assessments and evaluations, which could also serve as a prompt for the Committee. It is extremely concerned by the findings on the shortcomings of social and environmental impact assessments and the follow-up to consultations. It calls on the Commission to be more transparent and to give fully documented reasons why a particular measure or proposal is or is not to be submitted for impact assessment and/or an ex-post analysis.

Dictamen del CESE: Transparency, methodology and resources of evaluations

Aprobados on 17/10/2018
Referencia: 
INT/859-EESC-2018-03034-00-00-AC-TRA

The EESC welcomes in principle the integration of five predecessor programmes (and of the European Statistical Programme, though that extends beyond the scope of the single market) and a number of budget headings into a single market programme, as it can be expected to produce synergies and improve cost efficiency. Due to steadily increasing volume of work in consumer protection policy EESC urges the Commission to further develop cooperation with consumer networks and organisations and to increase funding for consumer protection. It is also concerned that the negotiations on the EU financial framework could result in cuts and thus in a lower budget than in the past.

Dictamen del CESE: Single market programme

Aprobados on 21/09/2011
Referencia: 
INT/573-EESC-2011-1375
Pleno: 
474 -
Sep 21, 2011 Sep 22, 2011

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.

Dictamen del CESE: Review of the "Small Business Act"

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