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Tuairimí a glacadh on 13/02/2013
Tagairt: 
ECO/336-EESC-2012-1932
Seisiún iomlánach: 
487 -
Feb 13, 2013 Feb 14, 2013

The EESC welcomes the establishment of broad economic policy guidelines for the countries of the euro area and supports the formulation of recommendations tailored to each country as well as measures to assess their implementation. However, the Committee regards the current macroeconomic policy mix as unbalanced and calls for a new growth model which takes into account the significance of demand and distributive justice. Stricter regulation of financial markets should be accompanied by a general re-think not only of expenditure, but also of tax systems. Policies should capitalise more on the fact that the negative income and employment multipliers of revenue-related measures are generally more limited than those of spending cuts. The importance for competitiveness of non–price factors is often overlooked.

Economic policies of the Member States whose currency is the euro

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Croatia can no longer hide its debts!

Tuairimí a glacadh on 09/07/2014
Tagairt: 
INT/717-EESC-2014-01791-00-00-AC-TRA
Seisiún iomlánach: 
500 -
Jul 09, 2014 Jul 10, 2014

The EESC expresses its firm support for the structural reform of the banking system. It considers the Commission's proposal for a regulation to be a valid and effective response aimed at separating commercial banking activities from investment activities.

The EESC supports and encourages a broad agreement to boost the economy and restore trust in the financial institutions, and calls on the Commission to promote a European Social Pact for Sustainable Finance.

Nevertheless, the EESC believes that the Commission should give greater attention to investors and employees, who have hitherto received little attention in the reform.

Besides, the EESC recommends that oversight activities be carried out in close cooperation and coordination between the EBA and the national authorities, which are well-acquainted with the markets and which will play a key role in managing the new reformed European finance.

Tuairim ó CESE: Reform of the structure of EU banks

Tuairimí a glacadh on 19/10/2017
Tagairt: 
ECO/437-EESC-2017-03251-00-00-ac-tra
Seisiún iomlánach: 
529 -
Oct 18, 2017 Oct 19, 2017

This opinion is part of a wider package of four EESC opinions on the future of the European economy (Deepening of the Economic and Monetary Union and Euro area economic policy, Capital Markets Union and The future of EU finances). The package of opinions underscores the need for a common sense of purpose in the Union governance, which goes far beyond technical approaches and measures, and is first and foremost a matter of political will and a common perspective. The EESC is strongly in favour of the Capital Markets Union (CMU) and finds it absolutely necessary that the CMU becomes a reality in all EU Member States and calls for the political will at European level and in the Member States to make all necessary efforts and to establish all of the relevant conditions required.

Tuairim ó CESE: Capital Markets Union: Mid-term Review

Tuairimí a glacadh on 24/05/2012
Tagairt: 
INT/587-EESC-2012-1289
Seisiún iomlánach: 
481 -
May 23, 2012 May 24, 2012

The opinion makes a contribution to analysis and proposals on an issue that the European institutions should deal with more energy, cohesion and above all with a clear and definite will to eradicate the phenomenon.

Tuairim ó CESE: Tax and financial havens

Tuairimí a glacadh on 22/02/2017
Tagairt: 
ECO/423-EESC-2016-05954-00-01-ac-tra
Seisiún iomlánach: 
523 -
Feb 22, 2017 Feb 23, 2017

The EESC appreciates the European Commission's effort to apply an economic policy that focuses on supporting the strong, sustainable, balanced and inclusive growth of the euro area as well as a balanced mix of monetary, fiscal and structural instruments in order to achieve this, including a positive fiscal stance.

Tuairim ó CESE: Euro area economic policy (2017)

Tuairimí a glacadh on 19/10/2017
Tagairt: 
ECO/438-EESC-2017-02879-00-00-ac-tra
Seisiún iomlánach: 
529 -
Oct 18, 2017 Oct 19, 2017

This opinion is part of a wider package of four EESC opinions on the future of the European economy (Deepening of the Economic and Monetary Union and Euro area economic policy, Capital Markets Union and The future of EU finances). The package of opinions underscores the need for a common sense of purpose in the Union governance, which goes far beyond technical approaches and measures, and is first and foremost a matter of political will and a common perspective. Against this background the Committee advocates the exploration of tools to improve economic governance in the EMU, for instance by creating a permanent Euro Finance Minister, while ensuring full democratic accountability. Bundling competences would enhance coherence of EMU policies.

Tuairim ó CESE: Deepening EMU by 2025

Tuairimí a glacadh on 19/06/2019
Tagairt: 
ECO/486-EESC-2019-00069-00-00
Seisiún iomlánach: 
544 -
Jun 19, 2019 Jun 20, 2019

The EESC welcomes the Investment Plan for Europe for its contribution to the promotion of investment in the EU. The Committee calls for clearly set investment targets, regulatory simplification and further guidance in order to achieve greater geographical and sectoral balance. The EESC advocates for strengthened financial capacity for the InvestEU programme within the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027 and calls for more efforts to raise awareness among European businesses and citizens about the benefits obtained from the Investment Plan for Europe.

Tuairim ó CESE: Investment Plan for Europe: stock-taking and next steps

Tuairimí a glacadh on 12/07/2012
Tagairt: 
CCMI/94-EESC-2012-1587

The Committee maintains that lessons need to be learned from recent economic and financial crises and a fresh approach adopted to ensure more effective supervision by national, European and international authorities and increased accountability of financial institutions.

The Committee supports the measures aimed at strengthening banks' capital structure and their ability to finance the economy.

What changes for Europe's banking sector with the new financial rules?

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Information pack for the study group members

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