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Valmisteilla (updated on 14/09/2021)
Viite: 
ECO/556-EESC-2021
Täysistunto: 
564 -
Oct 20, 2021 Oct 21, 2021

This additional opinion will complement and update the proposals made in the original 2021 ASGS opinion, adopted in February this year. The purpose of the additional opinion is to take into account recent developments as regards the implementation of the Recovery and Resilience Facility and the National Recovery and Resilience Plans.

The European Semester has been adapted to the special circumstances triggered by the pandemic and it is playing a central role in the recovery, through the implementation of the Facility. The additional opinion is necessary for the EESC to make related proposals and it will be presented to the October 2021 Plenary in order to provide a timely input to the Commission's preparation of the next ASGS expected for November 2021. It will therefore target directly the next European Semester cycle at the right political and institutional moment. 

Tiedote: Annual Sustainable Growth Strategy 2021 (additional opinion)

Valmisteilla (updated on 14/09/2021)
Viite: 
REX/534-EESC-2021
Täysistunto: 
565 -
Dec 08, 2021 Dec 09, 2021

Tiedote: A strong transatlantic partnership based on the common values of democracy and the rule of law, key in tackling global challenges and preserving international order (own-initiative opinion)

Valmisteilla (updated on 10/09/2021)
Viite: 
NAT/836-EESC-2021
Täysistunto: 
565 -
Dec 08, 2021 Dec 09, 2021

Tiedote: Revision of the Regulation on the inclusion of greenhouse gas emissions and removals from land use, land use change and forestry (LULUCF)

Valmisteilla (updated on 09/09/2021)
Viite: 
INT/945-EESC-03554-00-00-AC-TRA

Micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) face challenges in the area of digitalisation and access to artificial intelligence, but this segment can take great advantage of the opportunities offered by artificial intelligence.

The main objective of the opinion is to propose concrete measures which can be easily implemented in order to avoid MSMEs being “left behind” from the transition to artificial intelligence. The main issues to be addressed are: the use of new technologies to offer innovative products and services and strengthen Europe’s capacity to invest in disruptive innovations; create closer links in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) between universities and public administration, on the one hand, and businesses, in particular SMEs and micro-enterprises, on the other; support the MSMEs in recruiting and ensuring skills development for their employees to cope with the technological changes brought about by AI; facilitate the access to EU funding.

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