Versenyképesség

This page is also available in

Displaying 61 - 70 of 165

Pages

Elfogadott vélemények on 17/03/2016
Hivatkozás: 
ECO/397-EESC-2015-06712-00-01-ac-tra
Plenáris ülés: 
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.

EGSZB-vélemény: Euro area economic policy (2016)

Elfogadott vélemények on 17/09/2015
Hivatkozás: 
CCMI/134-EESC-2015

Studies point to new dynamics in the world economy with substantial consequences for the competitiveness of national economies. The theme of the information report is inspired by a recent study of the Boston Consulting Group. In analysing in-depth the cost-related aspects in manufacturing among a great many countries the study proves that traditional views about the relationship between the developed and underdeveloped/emerging economies is becoming obsolete. In all groupings there are frontrunners and slow developers...

Shifting Economics in the World, Consequences for EU competitiveness (information report)

Elfogadott vélemények on 19/10/2016
Hivatkozás: 
ECO/408-EESC-2016-04274-00-01-ac-tra
Plenáris ülés: 
520 -
Oct 19, 2016 Oct 20, 2016

The EESC believes that the fight against terrorism and its financing and efforts to combat money laundering and other related forms of economic crime should be permanent EU policy priorities. These efforts should be linked more closely with the efforts needed to combat tax fraud and tax avoidance. Therefore, the EESC considers creating public national registers of the beneficial owners of bank accounts, businesses, trusts and transactions, and access to them by obliged entities, to be a priority. Furthermore, all obligations laid down in the Anti Money Laundering Directive should be extended to all territories or jurisdictions whose sovereignty resides with the Member States. And free trade and economic partnership agreements should include a chapter on measures to tackle money laundering and terrorist financing, tax fraud and tax avoidance.

EGSZB-vélemény: Anti-Money Laundering Directive

Downloads: 

Presentation Commission "Proposal for a Directive amending Directive 2015/849"

Folyamatban lévő munkák (updated on 04/12/2019)
Hivatkozás: 
INT/883-EESC-2019-01356-00-00-AC-TRA
Plenáris ülés: 
548 -
Dec 11, 2019 Dec 12, 2019

This own-initiative opinion refers to what a comprehensive approach to industrial policy should include, in order to reposition European production of goods and services in the global context, on the basis of an eco-social open market model that responds to the tradition and the future of the EU.

EGSZB-szekcióvélemény: "Use-value" is back: new prospects and challenges for European products and services (own-initiative opinion)

Elfogadott vélemények on 01/07/2015
Hivatkozás: 
ECO/379-EESC-2015-01333-00-00-ac-tra
Plenáris ülés: 
509 -
Jul 01, 2015 Jul 02, 2015

The EESC wants the conditions be created for an efficient, modern financial services sector with appropriate regulations, which grants access to capital providers by companies seeking investment, especially SMEs and high growth companies, and finds it of utmost importance to overcome the current fragmentation of the markets.

Since a Capital Markets Union (CMU) is to a significant extent a reality for large companies, the EESC stresses the need for measures that will also allow SMEs to benefit from it, for example through accepting simplified standardised criteria for registration on regulated markets, and providing a definition of an emerging growth and high growth company and devoting special attention to the needs of such companies on the capital market.

EGSZB-vélemény: Capital Markets Union

Downloads: 

Building a Capital Markets Union for the EU - Philip Tod, European Commission DG FISMA

Comments on the European Commission's Green Paper on a Capital Markets Union - U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Presentation on CMU by DG FISMA - ECO Section meeting 18-06-2015

Elfogadott vélemények on 15/12/2016
Hivatkozás: 
ECO/413-EESC-2016-04486-00-00-ac-tra
Plenáris ülés: 
521 -
Dec 14, 2016 Dec 15, 2016

The EESC welcomes and supports the Commission's initiative to anticipate the review of the Regulations on European venture capital funds (EuVECA) and European social entrepreneurship funds (EuSEF). The EESC believes that such a regulation can promote the establishment of a capital markets union. The EESC suggests that in order to expand participation in such investment funds, the hitherto very restrictive access criteria, as well as other restrictive conditions, to be significantly relaxed; the Committee proposes to increase the involvement of non-institutional investors and considers it equally important to create an environment in which the financing objectives of social investment funds can develop.

EGSZB-vélemény: Amendment EuVECA and EuSEF

20/07/2016

When the international economic and financial crisis struck, it exposed the structural limitations and contradictions in EMU, depriving the euro of its propensity to attract. The crisis proves that it takes much more than a set of "accountancy" rules such as the stability pact and others, because the underlying problems are not technical but economic and political. Some progress has been made in the past few years by putting in place new rules and mechanisms, notably parts of a Banking Union, but the construction works are far from being completed yet, which contributes to the persisting climate of uncertainty among citizens and business, and hinders the growth potential of the European economy ...

Pages