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31/10/2019
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42/2019

The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) plenary session hosted a debate with Michel Barnier, European Union chief negotiator for Brexit, on 30 October. During the debate, Mr Barnier called for a close partnership between the EU and the UK after Brexit, bearing in mind that peace in Ireland must be a priority and that "the integrity of the single market is not negotiable".

27/09/2019
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41/2019

Cooperation and partnership between governments and civil society will be crucial for completing ambitious reforms needed for the deepening of the Economic and Monetary Union. Taking into account economic, social and environmental aspects is equally important for strengthening the social role of the European semester, concluded a high-level panel of top EU officials and experts at the plenary session of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC).

29/08/2019
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37/2019

Il termine ultimo per presentare le candidature è il 6 settembre

Il Comitato economico e sociale europeo invita i cittadini e le organizzazioni della società civile di tutta l'Unione europea a candidarsi per il suo Premio per la società civile. L'edizione di quest'anno premierà le iniziative che, per lottare contro gli stereotipi di genere, promuovono le pari opportunità e la parità di trattamento delle donne e degli uomini in tutti gli ambiti della vita economica e sociale.

18/07/2019
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35/2019

The 18 July plenary session of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) in Brussels played host to PR 35/2019, Finland's Minister of Social Affairs and Health, who presented the programme of the Finnish EU presidency. This includes a special focus on sustainability and the wellbeing of citizens. Minister Pekonen also listed enhancing the rule of law and EU values among its other priorities.

08/07/2019
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34/2019

Corporate taxes could the the most harmful form of taxation to economic growth. Contrary to public perception, there has been no reduction in corporate tax revenues in relation to GDP in the last 40 years. Countries that have reduced their corporate tax rates in recent years have seen increases in investment in the following years. There is no race to the bottom, rather to a middle range of some 20% corporate tax rate and revenues are stable or even increasing.

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