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Rengiamos (updated on 10/05/2021)
Nuoroda: 
CCMI/180-EESC-2021-02384
Plenarinė sesija: 
564 -
Oct 20, 2021 Oct 21, 2021

The EU is the world's biggest producer of glass with a market share of around one third of total world production. The industry is known for the quality of its products, its capacity for technological innovation and its skilled labour force. The glass industries comprise five sectors covering different glass products, applications and markets: containers, flat glass, glass fibre, special glasses and domestic glass.

Rengiamos (updated on 10/05/2021)
Nuoroda: 
CCMI/184-EESC
Plenarinė sesija: 
565 -
Dec 08, 2021 Dec 09, 2021

By drawing on CCMI's analytical capacity on industrial change and its shaping in the industrial paradigm, the opinion will focus on the analysis of industrial transformation in a way to make it a Just Transition which is meant as beneficial for all European citizens.

Rengiamos (updated on 10/05/2021)
Nuoroda: 
INT/942-EESC
Plenarinė sesija: 
562 -
Jul 07, 2021 Jul 08, 2021

The Slovenian presidency of the Council of the EU has decided to request an EESC opinion on one of its priority topics linked to digitalisation. Artificial intelligence is regarded as the most important aspect in digitalisation. Particularly important are also the integration of advanced technologies into society and transition to a gigabit society. With the emerging technologies such as the AI and the data economy, the EU can recover rapidly and become the world’s leading digital society.

The EESC opinion should cover the following topics:

Rengiamos (updated on 10/05/2021)
Nuoroda: 
INT/943-EESC
Plenarinė sesija: 
562 -
Jul 07, 2021 Jul 08, 2021

Digital transformation begins with the trust of citizens and businesses. This exploratory opinion at the request of the Slovenian EU Presidency proposes the tools needed to build public trust in digital technologies and motivate people to participate in digital training.

Rengiamos (updated on 10/05/2021)
Nuoroda: 
INT/919-EESC-2021

The Commission's 'better regulation' system is one of the most advanced regulatory approaches in the world. It systematically assesses the economic, social and environmental impacts of policy action and ensures a consistently high quality of proposed legislation.  On 29 April 2021, the Commission adopted a Communication on Better Regulation, proposing several improvements to the EU law-making process, in order to ensure that EU policies support the recovery and resilience of the EU and its twin transition in the best possible way. To foster Europe's recovery, it is more important than ever to legislate as efficiently as possible, while making EU laws better adapted to tomorrow's needs.

Informacinis pranešimas: Communication on better regulation

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