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Rengiamos (updated on 25/06/2020)
Nuoroda: 
ECO/520-EESC-2020
Plenarinė sesija: 
555 -
Oct 27, 2020 Oct 29, 2020

This additional opinion will complement and update the proposals made in the original 2020 Annual Sustainable Growth Strategy (ASGS) opinion, adopted in February this year, produced under time pressure and before the COVID-19 outbreak so it could not take into account recent developments.

The Semester exercise will be geared towards exiting the current crisis and the opinion is necessary for the EESC to make related proposals.  The additional opinion will be presented for the October 2020 Plenary, to provide a timely input to the Commission's preparation of the next ASGS expected again for November 2020. It will therefore target directly the next European Semester cycle at the right political and institutional moment.

Informacinis pranešimas: The Annual Sustainable Growth Strategy 2020 (additional opinion)

Rengiamos (updated on 23/06/2020)
Nuoroda: 
SOC/643-EESC-2020
Plenarinė sesija: 
556 -
Dec 02, 2020 Dec 03, 2020

Informacinis pranešimas: Principles for public services (i.e. public services for citizens, public administration) that contribute directly to the stability of the free democratic basic order (democracy and the rule of law) in EU countries (Exploratory opinion at the reques

Rengiamos (updated on 23/06/2020)
Nuoroda: 
SOC/644-EESC-2020
Plenarinė sesija: 
555 -
Oct 27, 2020 Oct 29, 2020

Informacinis pranešimas: Social dialogue as an important pillar of economic sustainability and the resilience of economies taking into account the influence of lively public debate in the Member States (Exploratory opinion at the request of the German presidency)

Rengiamos (updated on 19/02/2020)
Nuoroda: 
CCMI/170-EESC-2019

The INT section is currently preparing an opinion on the Commission's Communication "Building Trust in Human-Centric Artificial Intelligence" COM(2019)168. The Commission considers that in order to achieve ‘trustworthy AI’, three components are necessary: (1) it should comply with the law, (2) it should fulfil ethical principles and (3) it should be robust. Based on these three components and the European values, the guidelines identify seven key requirements that AI applications should respect to be considered trustworthy. The guidelines also include an assessment list to help check whether these requirements are fulfilled. The CCMI previous experience on the automotive sector is a solid asset to produce a supplementary opinion on this particular Automotive Sector.

EESRK skyriaus nuomonė: Artificial intelligence in the automotive sector (supplementary opinion)

Rengiamos (updated on 01/03/2019)
Nuoroda: 
/-EESC-2017-EESC-2017-05706-00-00-PAC-TRA
Plenarinė sesija: 
530 -
Dec 06, 2017 Dec 07, 2017

Statute and funding of European political parties and foundations

Priimtos on 15/07/2020
Nuoroda: 
ECO/512-EESC-2020
Plenarinė sesija: 
553 - Jul 16, 2020

The EESC believes that there are well-founded reasons to establish uniform rules within the EU to combat global warming and based on these to embark on international discussions with other trading blocs. Furthermore, the Committee deems that, in the future, it could be useful and necessary to also devise new taxation measures that can supplement the current emissions trading system  and national carbon taxes in order to achieve an effective and symmetrical policy framework to tackle the increasing amount of CO2 emissions.

EESRK nuomonė: Taxation mechanisms for reducing CO2 emissions

Priimtos on 15/07/2020
Nuoroda: 
CCMI/175-EESC-2020
Plenarinė sesija: 
553 - Jul 16, 2020

Disruptions like coronavirus (COVID-19) threaten to bring the world economy and social life to a standstill. Its impacts include recessions in the USA, the EU, Japan and other regions of the world, extremely slow growth in China and huge losses in terms of output. Governments have to offset economic damage with fiscal and monetary policies and cope with the expected changes of the economic paradigm. The EESC stresses the need for efficient business models and trade defence mechanisms, in particular with regard to Asia, and notes that 36 million jobs in the EU depend on the EU's exporting potential, and that the share of EU employment supported by sales of goods and services to the rest of the world in relation to total employment increased from 10.1% in 2000 to 15.3% in 2017. The fiscal, economic and social response to the crisis is necessary for preventing its negative impact on these and other sectors.

EESRK nuomonė: Fostering competitiveness, innovation, growth and job creation by advancing in global regulatory cooperation, by supporting a renewed multilateral trading scheme and by reducing market-distorting subsidies (own-initiative opinion)

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