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Adotados on 15/05/2019
Referência: 
CCMI/166-EESC-2018

The revision of the energy performance in buildings directive will have a significant impact on economic activities in the construction sector by increasing the average rate of annual renovation and through the implementation of long term renovation strategies in Members States. This will have a positive impact on employment and open the opportunity to acquire new and additional skills and qualifications in order to ensure sustainable quality employment and competitiveness of the construction sector.

Parecer do CESE: Working with asbestos in energy renovation (own-initiative opinion)

Adotados on 15/05/2019
Referência: 
NAT/758-EESC-2018-06204

In October 2018, the European Commission launched the updated European Bio-economy Strategy.  The purpose of this update to the 2012 Bio-economy Strategy was to address the challenges of living in a world of limited resources.

Parecer do CESE: Communication updating the 2012 Bio-economy Strategy

Adotados on 15/05/2019
Referência: 
INT/876-EESC-2018-05252-00-00-AC-TRA

With this opinion the EESC welcomes the Commission's strong message on reinforcing the Single Market and the need for commitment from all Member States and citizens. The EESC calls for a Single Market that must be perceived as an opportunity to reassert European values, fundamental rights and duties to achieve progress and welfare for all Member States and citizens. Values like liberty, economic growth, democracy, peace, science and innovation, political stability, consumers and social rights must be present in citizens' mindset as a result of a process that started 60 years ago.

Parecer do CESE: Single Market Communication

Adotados on 21/03/2019
Referência: 
SOC/576-EESC-2018

Skills mismatches are one of the biggest challenges that currently jeopardises European growth and sustainable job creation. Future prospects are even more challenging. With the rapid, even revolutionary change of technologies, business models as well as customer expectations, the nature of work is often changing in an unprecedented and almost unpredictable manner. This has brought to light the growing gap between the needs of the businesses and the qualifications, skills and competences of the human resources. Current developments also underline the growing importance of soft and transversal as well as other skills often gained through informal learning. This challenges the current education systems to adapt and also raises issues linked to recognition and validation of the informal education and training.

Parecer do CESE: Supportive education systems to avoid skills mismatches – what transition is needed? (own-initiative opinion)

Adotados on 20/03/2019
Referência: 
ECO/484-EESC-2019

The objective of this proposal is to provide an update of EESC's positions related to the cohesion package presented by the Commission on May 2018. While the discussions in the Council and the Parliament are still ongoing, this opinion will reflect better the developments in view of a successful cohesion policy in the post-2020 period.

The Romanian presidency who has asked for this opinion proposes that  the conclusions drawn in this opinion could stimulate the informal ministerial debate of the cohesion ministers to be held in April 2019.

Parecer do CESE: The future of cohesion policy (Exploratory opinion at the request of the Romanian Presidency)

Adotados on 20/02/2019
Referência: 
TEN/689-EESC-2019

In an – increasingly probable – "no Withdrawal Agreement" scenario, the legislation of the EU, in particular Regulation 1008/2008, would cease to apply for air services between the UK and the EU. This creates legal uncertainty, jeopardises planning stability and endangers continued connectivity for services between the UK and the EU. The EESC supports the thrust of the proposed Regulation as a contingency measure to secure basic air connectivity.

Parecer do CESE: Ensuring basic air connectivity after Brexit

Adotados on 23/01/2019
Referência: 
ECO/469-EESC-2018-2779-00-00

The EESC welcome the definitive destination principle-based VAT system for taxing goods in B2B relations and reminds that it is an important achievement proving the continuous consolidation of the EU internal market. The Committee urges the Commission to explore how a common VAT system for both services and goods can be rolled out as quickly as possible. The EESC recommends greater collaboration between national fiscal and enforcement authorities in order to make the new destination-based VAT system more effective in terms of both effectiveness against fraud and reliability in favour of European enterprises.

Parecer do CESE: Implementing the definitive VAT system

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Definitive VAT system intra-Union trade of goods COM(2018)329_European Commission presentaton

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