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  • Given that Europe's priority today is to promote sustainable growth and investment within a fair and better integrated market, the corporate tax reforms package will help to provide a fair and efficient taxation of corporate profits. The EESC is currently drawing up three interlinked opinions on key proposals presented and in this framework the Section for Economic and Monetary Union and Economic and Social Cohesion (ECO) will organise a public hearing on "The Corporate tax reforms package - with focus on Common (Consolidated) Corporate Tax Base".

     

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    Key messages from the EESC's Employers Group for the successful future of the EU's internal market

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    Call for an EU Blue Deal - Event highlights - 26 October 2023

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    Study of the EESC Employers' Group together with the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) – final report

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    The study reviews recent analyses to understand the green or circular skills of the future which have been identified thus far in sectoral and EU-wide research. Moreover, it examines EU Initiatives on skills development for circularity, by highlighting some limitations of these instruments and making suggestions for improvement.

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    Excellence and level playing field are key

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    EESC Employers’ Group priorities

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    How COVID-19 changed the playing field for European SMEs

    The objective of this study is to develop a systematic classification of COVID-19 (and international crisis)-related impacts on SMEs.

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    Position Paper of the EESC Employers’ Group on the reform of the Stability and Growth Pact

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    The Consultative Commission on Industrial Change (known by its French acronym of CCMI, Commission consultative des mutations industrielles) became part of the European Economic and Social Committee in 2002; therefore 2022 marks its 20th anniversary. The CCMI is the oldest EU body devoted to forecasting the future and accompanying the transition of industrial sectors.