Administrativt samarbete

This page is also available in:

  • Pågående (updated on 16/04/2024) - Bureau decision date: 21/03/2024
    Dokumentreferens
    ECO/648-EESC
    Workers - GR II
    Romania
    Plenary session number
    591
    -
  • Pågående (updated on 27/02/2024) - Bureau decision date: 18/01/2024
    Dokumentreferens
    ECO/645-EESC
    Civil Society Organisations - GR III
    Slovakia
    Plenary session number
    591
    -
  • Pågående (updated on 02/02/2024) - Bureau decision date: 18/01/2024
    Dokumentreferens
    ECO/642-EESC
    Workers - GR II
    Germany
    Plenary session number
    590
    -

    Climate change is a matter of urgency and demands a green shift in our economies. To achieve the EU's climate targets, a profound modernisation of the capital stock is needed. This entails a massive expansion of public investments. The need for an EU-level investment fund to finance the green transition is also a matter of economic strength and sustainable competitiveness. One central element of closing the financing gap is an investment friendly reform of the EU fiscal rules. While the reform process is still ongoing and is supposed to be finished by the end of this legislature, it is already clear that the fiscal space for public investments at national level will not significantly increase with the reform.

  • Antagna on 13/12/2023 - Bureau decision date: 11/07/2023
    Dokumentreferens
    INT/1042-EESC-2023-03796-00-00-AC-TRA
    Employers - GR I
    Latvia
    Plenary session number
    583
    -

    This initiative aims at providing detailed rules to support the smooth functioning of the cooperation and consistency mechanism established by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

    EESC opinion: GDPR - additional procedural rules
  • Antagna on 25/10/2023 - Bureau decision date: 23/03/2023
    Dokumentreferens
    ECO/619-EESC-2023
    Employers - GR I
    Cyprus
    Plenary session number
    582
    -
    EESC opinion: Additional considerations on the Euro area economic policy 2023
  • Antagna on 21/09/2023 - Bureau decision date: 25/04/2023
    Dokumentreferens
    ECO/622-EESC-2023
    Workers - GR II
    Spain
    Civil Society Organisations - GR III
    Italy
    Plenary session number
    581
    -

    The EESC welcomes the simpler and more transparent economic governance framework, the reduction of the pro-cyclical bias, the improvement in national ownership and strengthened enforcement, the differentiation and more tailored fiscal adjustment path of each Member State, based on a common-risk framework. However, the Committee proposes replacing the requirement obliging any Member State with a budget deficit of over 3% to cut that deficit by an average of 0.5% of GDP annually, and emphasises that the "technical trajectory" should be first in the hands of national governments and, at a second stage, be the result of a technical dialogue with the European Commission In due course. In due time, but by 2026 at the latest, an EU fiscal capacity should be established to meet at least some of the investment needs for common priorities and to allow Member States the fiscal space to meet the fiscal costs of the multiple transitions.

    EESC opinion: New economic governance rules fit for the future
  • Pågående (updated on 15/04/2024) - Bureau decision date: 11/07/2023
    Dokumentreferens
    ECO/629-EESC-04143
    Workers - GR II
    Romania
    Plenary session number
    587
    -
  • Antagna on 14/06/2023 - Bureau decision date: 23/01/2023
    Dokumentreferens
    ECO/617-EESC-2023
    Workers - GR II
    Malta
    Plenary session number
    579
    -

    The EESC emphasises that the designing of proposals for new sources of own revenues should be done in context of the budgetary pressures faced by Member States following the pandemic and the ongoing international tensions. This has become all the more important in the current higher interest rate environment. The EESC also emphasises that the second set of own resources measures should be in line with the proportionality and social fairness principles. An EU-wide tax on digital transactions could be potentially considered to increase own resources in case the agreed rules of the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework are not respected by other major trading partners.

    EESC opinion: Second set of new own resources
  • Antagna on 22/02/2023 - Bureau decision date: 25/10/2022
    Dokumentreferens
    ECO/597-EESC-2022-05434
    Employers - GR I
    Sweden
    Workers - GR II
    Germany
    Plenary session number
    576
    -
    EESC opinion: Communication on orientations for a reform of the EU economic governance framework
  • Antagna on 25/01/2023 - Bureau decision date: 25/10/2022
    Dokumentreferens
    ECO/598-EESC-2022-05487
    Workers - GR II
    Plenary session number
    575
    -
    EESC opinion: Euro area economic policy 2023