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Hyväksytyt on 26/04/2012
Viite: 
INT/620-EESC-2012-1036
Täysistunto: 
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Apr 25, 2012 Apr 26, 2012

The opinion deals with European Venture Capital sector, which is closely linked to Europe's global competitiveness. The growth of this sector is an objective of the overall Europe 2020 Strategy and also one of the key priorities of the SME action plan. The EESC welcomes the regulation but draws attention to several limitations, which may weaken the anticipated impact.

EESC opinion: European Venture Capital Funds

Hyväksytyt on 23/05/2013
Viite: 
ECO/345-EESC-2013-1768
Täysistunto: 
490 -
May 22, 2013 May 23, 2013

The EESC welcomes the proposal put forward by the Commission to introduce the world's first regional financial transaction tax (FTT). The Committee believes that its application at regional level (EU11+ zone) could constitute an exceptional opportunity, which could lead to its future application worldwide. The Committee believes that the introduction of this tax within the EU11+ will foster the establishment of a single financial market. The Committee believes that, in order to maximise the impact of the tax on economic growth, the revenue that it raises should be channelled into a programme of investment at national and EU levels capable of delivering economic recovery and jobs in the short term.

Financial transaction tax - enhanced cooperation

Hyväksytyt on 17/03/2016
Viite: 
ECO/397-EESC-2015-06712-00-01-ac-tra
Täysistunto: 
515 -
Mar 16, 2016 Mar 17, 2016

The EESC welcomes the establishment of economic priority programmes for the euro area at the start of the European Semester. To achieve a recovery of growth and employment a mix of financial, taxation, budgetary, economic and social policies is needed. In contrast to the recommendation of the Commission, the focus of fiscal policy should be designed to be more expansionist than neutral. The EESC advocates the reduction of taxation on labour insofar as it does not threaten the financial sustainability of social protection systems. The EESC calls for a coordinated effort to create a more business-friendly environment for SMEs through better regulation, adequate financing and facilitation of exports to markets outside the EU. There is a particular need to open up new funding opportunities for micro-enterprises and start-ups.

EESC opinion: Euro area economic policy (2016)

Hyväksytyt on 11/07/2018
Viite: 
ECO/452-EESC-2018-01533-00-00-AC-TRA
Täysistunto: 
536 -
Jul 11, 2018 Jul 12, 2018

EESC opinion: Reducing barriers to cross-border distribution of investment funds

Hyväksytyt on 23/02/2012
Viite: 
ECO/307-EESC-2012-474
Täysistunto: 
478 -
Feb 22, 2012 Feb 23, 2012

..."Meanwhile, the financial and economic crisis has changed into a sovereign debt crisis because of the daily speculation against the euro, which has shifted its focus and targeted the debt of a number of European countries. The only reason for this is that the economic and political instruments to protect the euro are piecemeal, totally inadequate and, until a year ago, downright non-existent. These are the paradoxes that come from having a single monetary policy and 17 debt policies, 17 budget policies, 17 (or rather 27) economic and industrial policies, and so many voices, often contradictory, having their say and offering recipes for resolving the crisis. This is why there must be a commitment to redouble and continue the efforts made recently by the EU. It is useful, therefore, to draw up a few proposals, ..."

EESC opinion: Restarting growth

Hyväksytyt on 17/10/2018
Viite: 
ECO/473-EESC-2018-3003-00-00-AC-TRA
Täysistunto: 
538 -
Oct 17, 2018 Oct 18, 2018

The EESC considers the proposed European Investment Stabilisation Function (EISF) as a step towards closer euro area integration, and possibly an attempt to encourage non-euro Member States to join the single currency. However, the EESC is of the view that a well-crafted union-wide insurance scheme that acts as an automatic stabiliser amidst macroeconomic shocks would be more effective than the proposed EISF.

 

EESC opinion: European Investment Stabilisation Function

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