Relațiile transatlantice

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UE, SUA și Canada împărtășesc valorile democrației, drepturilor omului, libertății economice și politice și au o politică externă și preocupări în materie de securitate similare. SUA și Canada se numără printre principalii parteneri comerciali ai UE și sunt, de asemenea, partenere la configurarea ordinii juridice internaționale. În prezent, relațiile transatlantice se desfășoară într-un mediu nou și se confruntă cu provocări tot mai mari. Considerăm că implicarea societății civile în această relație garantează că relațiile transatlantice pot răspunde așteptărilor publicului și contribuie în mod efectiv la conturarea unei cooperări reciproc avantajoase.

Acordul economic și comercial cuprinzător (CETA) UE-Canada și acordul de parteneriat strategic au fost semnate la 30 octombrie 2016. Vom urmări implicarea constantă a societății civile în punerea în aplicare a acestor acorduri. În prezent, negocierile privind Parteneriatul transatlantic pentru comerț și investiții (TTIP) stagnează. Totuși, negocierile privind TTIP au contribuit la consolidarea legăturilor dintre societatea civilă din UE și cea din SUA și la definirea opiniilor societății civile cu privire la modul în care ar trebui să se prezinte viitoarea relație comercială dintre UE și SUA. Aceste realizări nu ar trebui irosite. Comitetul de monitorizare a relațiilor transatlantice al CESE a fost înființat în septembrie 2014, având sarcina de a monitoriza legăturile transatlantice cu societatea civilă, organizând dialoguri și consultări periodice pe teme privind relațiile cu SUA și cu Canada.

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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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The meeting of the European Economic and Social Committee's (EESC) External Relations Section on Transatlantic relations will take place on 17 November 2021 from 10h30- 17h00. It will be presided and moderated by the President of the External Relations Section, Mr. Dimitris Dimitriadis.

17/11/2021
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The EESC Employers' Group is organising a seminar on "Strengthening European Growth and Competitiveness: Proactive Trade Agenda – NOW!" taking place on 26 October in Helsinki and jointly organized with the Confederation of Finnish Industries and the International Chamber of Commerce, ICC Finland.

Trade and Investment are hugely important for the EU: 1 in 7 EU jobs depend on exports. The EU cannot risk falling behind in the global race to build a wide and ambitious network of free trade agreements. The signing of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement (involving 12 countries and 40% of world GDP) is a timely reminder of this. This seminar, which will be attended by many of our Members together with Finnish employers and entrepreneurs, politicians and academics aims to examine how to best contribute positively to the debate as trade agreements (TTIP - TISA - CETA - EU-JAPAN) increasingly become a top political issue.

26/10/2016
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In the light of the ongoing EU-US Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiations, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) is drafting an own-initiative opinion on "The position of the EESC on specific key issues of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiations". In this framework, the EESC is organising a public hearing, to be held at the Committee premises on 30 June 2016, beginning at 9 a.m.

30/06/2016
09/11/2020
Presentation
Statement by
President Christa Schweng
Organisation: 
European Economic and Social Committee

In my capacity as President of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), I extend my sincere congratulations to Mr. Joe Biden for his election as the 46th President of the United States of America, as well as to Ms. Kamala Harris as Vice-President.

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4 pages

This publication provides a summary of the discussion entitled "Trading up for a stronger EU27. Free trade of the future – the social partners' perspective" which was held in Sopot (Poland) on 28 September 2017. The conference was organised by the Employers' Group of the European Economic and Social Committee in the framework of the European Forum for New Ideas.

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2017
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Thematic paper
4 pages

The business sector in Europe believes a deep and comprehensive Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) can further enhance this economic relationship and ensure that everyone enjoys the benefits of trade and investment ties more fully.

The document is a summary of the discussion on the Impact of the TTIP in Malta, which took place in Valletta, Malta on 9 March 2015. The meeting was organised together with the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry.

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2015

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