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  • Adopted on 27/04/2023 - Bureau decision date: 27/10/2022
    Reference
    ECO/600-EESC-2022
    Plenary session number
    578
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    EESC opinion: The EESC's recommendations for a solid reform of the European Semester
  • Adopted on 22/03/2023 - Bureau decision date: 25/10/2022
    Reference
    ECO/602-EESC-2022-01-01-05409
    Diversity Europe - GR III
    Lithuania
    Plenary session number
    577
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    The EESC underlines that increased equity funding for European companies is key and therefore strongly welcomes the Listing Act proposed by the Commission. Bringing family-owned companies to capital markets would open up untapped potential to attract capital for growth. In this context, a multiple-voting rights regime helps families to retain control, making listing more attractive to them, and streamlining the contents of a prospectus would significantly reduce costs and burden for issuers.

    EESC opinion: Listing rules for public markets (Listing act)
  • Adopted on 22/03/2023 - Bureau decision date: 25/10/2022
    Reference
    ECO/601-EESC-2022
    Workers - GR II
    Romania
    Plenary session number
    577
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    EESC opinion: Review of the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR)
  • Adopted on 22/02/2023 - Bureau decision date: 25/10/2022
    Reference
    ECO/597-EESC-2022-05434
    Employers - GR I
    Sweden
    Workers - GR II
    Germany
    Plenary session number
    576
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    EESC opinion: Communication on orientations for a reform of the EU economic governance framework
  • Adopted on 22/02/2023 - Bureau decision date: 25/10/2022
    Reference
    ECO/599-EESC-2022
    Employers - GR I
    Portugal
    Plenary session number
    576
    -

    This year’s Annual Sustainable Growth Survey (ASGS) outlines the policy priorities in the coming year and provides guiding principles for implementing them in the 2023 European Semester cycle. This survey takes into account the systemic shocks facing the EU, which are undermining the first signs of recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, and sets out strategic guidance. These pursue the EU policy objectives of the green and digital transition and are structured around the four dimensions of competitive sustainability, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals. The ASGS 2023 also continues to guide Member States in the implementation of the national Recovery and Resilience Plans (RRPs).

    EESC opinion: Annual Sustainable Growth Survey 2023
  • Adopted on 25/01/2023 - Bureau decision date: 25/10/2022
    Reference
    ECO/598-EESC-2022-01-01-05487
    Workers - GR II
    Plenary session number
    575
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    EESC opinion: Euro area economic policy 2023
  • Adopted on 26/10/2022 - Bureau decision date: 22/03/2022
    Reference
    ECO/589-EESC-2022-03044
    Workers - GR II
    Austria
    EESC opinion: Additional considerations on the Annual Sustainable Growth Survey 2022
  • Adopted on 26/10/2022 - Bureau decision date: 22/03/2022
    Reference
    ECO/590-EESC-2022-01-01-02042
    Diversity Europe - GR III
    Slovakia
    EESC opinion: Additional considerations on the Euro area economic policy 2022
  • Adopted on 21/09/2022 - Bureau decision date: 07/12/2021
    Reference
    ECO/577-EESC-2022-01290-00-00-re-tra
    Workers - GR II
    Spain
    Diversity Europe - GR III
    Romania
    Evaluation of European Fund for Strategic Investment 2.0
    ECO/577 - Technical annex
  • Adopted on 18/05/2022 - Bureau decision date: 18/01/2022
    Reference
    ECO/579-EESC-2022
    Diversity Europe - GR III
    Poland
    Employers - GR I
    Portugal

    The Communication on 8th Report presents the main changes in territorial disparities over the past decade and how policies have affected these disparities. It highlights the potential of the green and digital transitions as new drivers of EU growth, but argues that without appropriate policy action new economic, social and territorial disparities may appear. It also launches a reflection on how cohesion policy should evolve to respond to these challenges and in particular how to ensure that place-based, multilevel and partnership led approaches continue to improve cohesion, while building on synergies and mainstreaming cohesion objectives into other policies and instruments.

    EESC will present its views on this report stressing the important role that civil society plays and that local policies need local strategies, drawn up with local partners.

    EESC opinion: 8th Cohesion Report