Transatlantiskās attiecības

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ES, ASV un Kanādai ir kopīgas tādas vērtības kā demokrātija, cilvēktiesības un ekonomiskā un politiskā brīvība, un daļēji sakrīt to ārpolitikas un drošības intereses. ASV un Kanāda ir divi no galvenajiem ES tirdzniecības partneriem, un tās ir partneri arī starptautiskās tiesiskās kārtības veidošanā. Mūsdienās transatlantiskās attiecības norisinās jaunā vidē un saskaras ar aizvien lielākām problēmām. EESK uzskata, ka pilsoniskās sabiedrības iesaistīšana šajās attiecībās ir garantija, ka transatlantiskās attiecības spēs reaģēt uz sabiedrības vēlmēm un efektīvi palīdzēs veidot abpusēji izdevīgu sadarbību.

ES un Kanādas visaptverošais ekonomikas un tirdzniecības nolīgums (CETA) un Stratēģiskās partnerības nolīgums tika parakstīti 2016. gada 30. oktobrī. EESK centīsies šo nolīgumu īstenošanā pastāvīgi iesaistīt pilsonisko sabiedrību. Sarunas par ES un ASV transatlantisko tirdzniecības un ieguldījumu partnerību (TTIP) šobrīd ir apstājušās. Tomēr TTIP sarunas palīdzēja nostiprināt ES un ASV pilsoniskās sabiedrības savstarpējās saiknes un formulēt pilsoniskās sabiedrības viedokli par to, kādām vajadzētu būt turpmākajām ES un ASV tirdzniecības attiecībām. Šos sasniegumus nedrīkst pazaudēt. Transatlantiskās koordinācijas komiteja izveidota 2014. gada septembrī, un tās uzdevums ir uzraudzīt transatlantiskās saiknes ar pilsonisko sabiedrību, kā arī nodrošināt regulāru dialogu un apspriešanos par jautājumiem, kas saistīti ar attiecībām ar ASV un Kanādu.

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Opinion
Tiek izstrādāti (updated on 14/09/2021)
Atsauce: 
REX/534-EESC-2021
Plenārsesija: 
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Dec 08, 2021 Dec 09, 2021

Informatīvs paziņojums: A strong transatlantic partnership based on the common values of democracy and the rule of law, key in tackling global challenges and preserving international order (own-initiative opinion)

Opinion
Pieņemtie on 21/09/2016
Atsauce: 
REX/471-EESC-2016

On 12 June 2014, the Commission presented a proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council codifying Council Regulation (EC) No 673/2005 of 25 April 2005 establishing additional customs duties on imports of certain products originating in the United States of America.

EESK atzinums: Imports of certain products originating in the United States of America (codification)

Opinion
Pieņemtie on 21/09/2016
Atsauce: 
REX/464-EESC-2016

The EESC has played an important role in strengthening an informed civil society debate on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) through a number of TTIP-related opinions, adopted in 2014 and 2015, covering issues such as labour rights, investment protection, impact on SMEs, among others.

It is important under the present circumstances that the EESC, in order to maintain its position as a key civil society player in the TTIP debate, react to the textual proposals for TTIP negotiations on essential topics such as the sustainable development chapter, regulatory cooperation, investment and services. This will have the advantage not only of setting up the EESC position on major negotiating chapters but also of presenting concrete recommendations and pointing out the need to involve civil society in the implementation of those chapters.

EESK atzinums: The position of the EESC on specific key issues of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiations (own-initiative opinion)

Opinion
Pieņemtie on 02/07/2015
Atsauce: 
REX/433-EESC-0000
Plenārsesija: 
509 -
Jul 01, 2015 Jul 02, 2015

The own-initiative opinion will focus on the impact of the TTIP on SMEs and reflect on the provisions that would need to be included in the TTIP in order to take account of the specific character of SMEs in the negotiations and implementation of an eventual EU-US agreement. The opinion will also look at how to increase the awareness of SMEs as to existing support services and programmes, and particularly about the new business opportunities that may arise with this agreement.

TTIP and its impact on SMEs

Opinion
Pieņemtie on 27/05/2015
Atsauce: 
REX/411-EESC-0000
Plenārsesija: 
508 -
May 27, 2015 May 28, 2015

Since the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty, the investment policy is an exclusive competence of the European Union. The EU is aiming to include therefore in the new trade and investment agreements provisions on investor protection and investor to state dispute settlement (ISDS) which will replace existing Bilateral Investment Agreements (BIT) signed by Member States and will grant the same level of protection to all EU investors.

Investor protection and investor to State dispute settlement in EU trade and investment agreements with third countries

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Opinion
Pieņemtie on 04/06/2014
Atsauce: 
REX/390-EESC-2014-5469
Plenārsesija: 
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Jun 04, 2014 Jun 05, 2014

The main goal of the opinion is to provide a good and qualitative source of information and opinion in the beginning of TTIP negotiations process.

Transatlantic trade relations and the EESC's views on an enhanced cooperation and eventual EU-US FTA

12/07/2018
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Transatlantic relations remain strong and important even though they have recently had a very bad press. Business, both in the EU and the US, has a role to play in overcoming current difficulties. Together, we can effectively promote a positive transatlantic agenda and help to fight stereotypes and misinformation. These are just some of the conclusions of the debate with Susan Danger, CEO of the American Chamber of Commerce to the EU. The debate took place during the Employers' Group meeting on 11 July 2018.

28/10/2016
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The role of trade as a generator of growth and jobs is undeniable, but public perception of the further liberalisation of trade is getting worse and citizens' concerns must be addressed far more effectively than before. This was one of the conclusions of the conference on "Strengthening European Growth and Competitiveness: Proactive Trade Agenda – NOW!" that took place in Helsinki on 26 October.

26/10/2016
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The role of trade as a generator of growth and jobs is undeniable, but public perception of the further liberalisation of trade is getting worse and citizens' concerns must be addressed far more effectively than before. This was one of the conclusions of the conference on "Strengthening European Growth and Competitiveness: Proactive Trade Agenda – NOW!" that took place in Helsinki on 26 October. Jacek Krawczyk, President of the EESC Employers' Group, added: It is our responsibility to advocate for trade; we cannot take it for granted that people understand what the benefits ...

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