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  • Adopted on 26/10/2022 - Bureau decision date: 22/03/2022
    Dokumentreferens
    ECO/590-EESC-2022-02042
    Civil Society Organisations - GR III
    Slovakia
    EESC opinion: Additional considerations on the Euro area economic policy 2022
  • Adopted on 26/10/2022 - Bureau decision date: 22/03/2022
    Dokumentreferens
    ECO/589-EESC-2022-03044
    Workers - GR II
    Austria
    EESC opinion: Additional considerations on the Annual Sustainable Growth Survey 2022
  • Adopted on 21/09/2022 - Bureau decision date: 24/03/2022
    Dokumentreferens
    ECO/591-EESC-2022
    Workers - GR II
    Malta
    Civil Society Organisations - GR III
    Sweden

    Crypto-assets are a digital representation of value or rights which may be transferred and stored electronically, using distributed ledger technology or similar technology (e.g. blockhain). They are neither issued nor guaranteed by a central bank or public authority, and can be used as a means of exchange and/or for investment purposes and/or to access a good or service. A wide range of crypto-assets exist, encompassing different features and functions, hence presenting different challenges and risks.

    EESC opinion: Crypto Assets – Challenges and opportunities
  • Adopted on 21/09/2022 - Bureau decision date: 07/12/2021
    Dokumentreferens
    ECO/577-EESC-2022-01290-00-00-re-tra
    Workers - GR II
    Spain
    Civil Society Organisations - GR III
    Romania
    Evaluation of European Fund for Strategic Investment 2.0
    ECO/577 - Technical annex
  • Adopted on 18/05/2022 - Bureau decision date: 18/01/2022
    Dokumentreferens
    ECO/579-EESC-2022
    Civil Society Organisations - GR III
    Poland
    Employers - GR I
    Portugal

    The Communication on 8th Report presents the main changes in territorial disparities over the past decade and how policies have affected these disparities. It highlights the potential of the green and digital transitions as new drivers of EU growth, but argues that without appropriate policy action new economic, social and territorial disparities may appear. It also launches a reflection on how cohesion policy should evolve to respond to these challenges and in particular how to ensure that place-based, multilevel and partnership led approaches continue to improve cohesion, while building on synergies and mainstreaming cohesion objectives into other policies and instruments.

    EESC will present its views on this report stressing the important role that civil society plays and that local policies need local strategies, drawn up with local partners.

    EESC opinion: 8th Cohesion Report
  • Adopted on 18/05/2022 - Bureau decision date: 06/07/2021
    Dokumentreferens
    ECO/561-EESC-2021-01-01-03929
    Workers - GR II
    Malta
    Employers - GR I
    Spain

    The EESC considers that it is necessary to add new own resources to cover the debt repayment resulting from borrowing under the NextGenerationEU initiative without jeopardising the budgets of other EU programmes and instruments, or substantially increasing the Gross National Income (GNI)-based resource contribution. Although the Commission proposals as set out in the communication are deemed necessary, EESC believes that the Commission should ensure that the design of the new system is based on achieving equity and fairness, efficiency, transparency, simplicity and stability, with a focus on competitiveness and applying solidarity where necessary.

    EESC opinion: Proposal for an own resources decision
  • Adopted on 23/03/2022 - Bureau decision date: 07/12/2021
    Dokumentreferens
    ECO/576-EESC-2021-01-01-06395
    Employers - GR I
    Germany
    EESC opinion: Review of the Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation (MiFIR) (consolidated tape)
  • Adopted on 23/03/2022 - Bureau decision date: 07/12/2021
    Dokumentreferens
    ECO/571-EESC-2021-01-01-06493
    Employers - GR I
    Romania

    The EESC welcomes the implementation of the remaining elements of the international standards agreed by the Basel Committee for Banking Supervision, from the perspective of both timing and substance, as they are meant to enhance the stability of the financial market in the EU, and thus not to expose European citizens to increased financial market risks. The EESC also stresses that financial market stability is a crucial prerequisite for overall economic stability, whereas the sound regulation and surveillance of the banking sector is essential in order to prevent the threat of turbulences and crisis.

    EESC opinion: Banking Package 2021
  • Adopted on 23/03/2022 - Bureau decision date: 07/12/2021
    Dokumentreferens
    ECO/575-EESC-2021-01-01-06507
    Employers - GR I
    France
    EESC opinion: Review of the European Long-Term Investment Funds (ELTIFs) Regulation
  • Adopted on 23/03/2022 - Bureau decision date: 07/12/2021
    Dokumentreferens
    ECO/574-EESC-2021-01-01-06391
    Workers - GR II
    Romania
    EESC opinion: European Single Access Point (ESAP)