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Przyjęte on 19/04/2018
Sygnatura: 
ECO/446-EESC-2017-05489-00-00-ac-tra
Sesja plenarna: 
534 -
Apr 18, 2018 Apr 19, 2018

The EESC appreciates the proposed roadmap for completing the European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) but its support is not full and enthusiastic, since a number of social, political and economic issues, highlighted in our previous opinions, were not taken into consideration. The completion of the EMU requires first of all strong political commitment, efficient governance and better use of the available finances, in order to actually cope with both risk reduction and risk sharing among Member States. For these reasons the EESC underlines that the principles of responsibility and solidarity at EU level should go hand in hand.

EESC opinion: Economic and Monetary Union Package

Przyjęte on 17/10/2018
Sygnatura: 
ECO/473-EESC-2018-3003-00-00-AC-TRA
Sesja plenarna: 
538 -
Oct 17, 2018 Oct 18, 2018

The EESC considers the proposed European Investment Stabilisation Function (EISF) as a step towards closer euro area integration, and possibly an attempt to encourage non-euro Member States to join the single currency. However, the EESC is of the view that a well-crafted union-wide insurance scheme that acts as an automatic stabiliser amidst macroeconomic shocks would be more effective than the proposed EISF.

 

EESC opinion: European Investment Stabilisation Function

Przyjęte on 27/05/2015
Sygnatura: 
ECO/376-EESC-2015-00551-00-00-AC-TRA
Sesja plenarna: 
508 -
May 27, 2015 May 28, 2015

The EESC is of the opinion that persisting imbalances as well as the creation of trust and confidence across Europe require more effective and democratic economic governance, notably in the Eurozone. It has become clear that the current system of rules underpinning the EU, and particularly the euro area, has created confusion on the legal, institutional and democratic fronts. A new approach is therefore needed. With this in mind, the Committee presents its contribution to the new five presidents' report which will propose next steps on better economic governance to the European Council in June. The EESC contribution summarises the different stages and puts forward institutional proposals and preparatory initiatives regarding the completion of the political pillar of the Economic and Monetary Union.

 

EESC opinion: Completing EMU: The political pillar

Downloads: 

Preparing for Next Steps on Better Economic Governance in the Euro Area - presentation by Baudouin Regout (European commission)

Completing Political Union: How the Euro-Union could work - presentation by Ulrike Guérot (The European Democracy Lab, European School of Governance, Berlin)

The political and institutional aspects of further euro area integration - presentation by Elmar Brok (European Parliament)

The political and institutional aspects of further EMU area integration - presentation by Bernard Snoy (ELEC)

The political and institutional aspects of further euro area integration - presentation by Johannes Lindner (ECB)

Przyjęte on 22/02/2017
Sygnatura: 
ECO/423-EESC-2016-05954-00-01-ac-tra
Sesja plenarna: 
523 -
Feb 22, 2017 Feb 23, 2017

The EESC appreciates the European Commission's effort to apply an economic policy that focuses on supporting the strong, sustainable, balanced and inclusive growth of the euro area as well as a balanced mix of monetary, fiscal and structural instruments in order to achieve this, including a positive fiscal stance.

EESC opinion: Euro area economic policy (2017)

Przyjęte on 18/01/2018
Sygnatura: 
ECO/444-EESC-2017-05444-00-00-ac-tra
Sesja plenarna: 
531 -
Jan 17, 2018 Jan 18, 2018

The EESC notes that although economic recovery in the euro area has gathered pace since last year, it remains incomplete and atypical. It disagrees with the European Commission's proposal for an overall broadly neutral fiscal stance and instead proposes a positive fiscal stance of around 0.5% of GDP. It welcomes structural reforms that will not only increase productivity and growth potential, but also support the creation of quality jobs and reduce inequality. It supports the necessary steps for deepening the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU), as well as the measures against tax fraud and tax avoidance.

EESC opinion: Euro area economic policy 2018

Przyjęte on 17/10/2018
Sygnatura: 
ECO/475-EESC-2018-02936-00-00
Sesja plenarna: 
538 -
Oct 17, 2018 Oct 18, 2018

The EESC agrees with the aims of the Council Recommendation and with some of its proposals. However, it expresses its disagreement with the proposal for the aggregate fiscal stance of the euro area to be neutral, as well as with the way that the recommendation on salaries is formulated.

 

EESC opinion: Euro area economic policy 2018 (additional opinion)

W toku (updated on 11/07/2019)
Sygnatura: 
ECO/492-EESC-2019-01033-00-00-TRA
Sesja plenarna: 
545 -
Jul 17, 2019 Jul 18, 2019

The absence of economic and social convergence among Member States and regions is a threat to the political sustainability of the European project and all the benefits it has brought to European citizens. Developing economic and labour market resilience with economic, social, environmental and institutional sustainability should be the principle guiding policies. This will foster upwards convergence and fairness in the transition towards a climate-neutral economy while managing the challenges posed by digitalisation and demographic change.

EESC section opinion: Towards a more resilient and sustainable European economy (own initiative opinion)

Downloads: 

Toward a more resilient and sustainable European economy - Civil Society Days 2019

Przyjęte on 29/03/2012
Sygnatura: 
INT/619-EESC-2012-808
Sesja plenarna: 
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Mar 28, 2012 Mar 29, 2012

The EESC supports the general principles of this program but believes it should also strengthen the support and advice to SMEs in consultation with all professional organizations. The Committee also considers that promoting access to finance and encouraging an entrepreneurial culture should be the core issues of this new regulation.

EESC opinion: Competitiveness Programme

Przyjęte on 17/09/2015
Sygnatura: 
CCMI/134-EESC-2015

Studies point to new dynamics in the world economy with substantial consequences for the competitiveness of national economies. The theme of the information report is inspired by a recent study of the Boston Consulting Group. In analysing in-depth the cost-related aspects in manufacturing among a great many countries the study proves that traditional views about the relationship between the developed and underdeveloped/emerging economies is becoming obsolete. In all groupings there are frontrunners and slow developers...

Shifting Economics in the World, Consequences for EU competitiveness (information report)

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