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Antagna on 15/07/2020
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ECO/513-EESC-2020
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553 - Jul 16, 2020

While the recovery after COVID-19 crisis is a top priority, the EESC stresses that this should not steer the EU away from its medium and long-term objectives, as outlined in the European Green Deal, 2020 Sustainable Growth Strategy, and the European Pillar for Social Rights. There is a need for a resilient, technology-driven European economy that is defined by the protection of the environment. The EESC underlines that strategies aimed at enhanced economic sustainability need to be developed around productivity, but they cannot be allowed to happen at the expense of workers' rights and social development. The EESC advocates for re-thinking supply chains, underlines that social aspects should be emphasised, start-ups should be encouraged and that the cornerstone of sustainable economic growth in the EU should be the creation and development of a truly circular economy. Open dialogue with social partners and civil society remains key to setting the economic direction.

EESK:s yttrande: Enhancing sustainable economic growth across the EU

Antagna on 15/04/2020
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ECO/517-EESC-2020-01749-00-01-PAC-TRA

EESK:s yttrande: COVID-19: European Structural and Investment Funds - Exceptional flexibility

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COVID-19: European Structural and Investment Funds - Exceptional flexibility

Antagna on 15/04/2020
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ECO/516-EESC-2020-01535-00-01-pac-tra

EESK:s yttrande: Financial aid for Member States and countries still negotiating the terms of their accession to the EU which are seriously affected by a major public health emergency

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Position paper - Financial assistance to Member States affected by a major public health emergency

Antagna on 19/02/2020
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ECO/503-EESC-2019-04990
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550 -
Feb 19, 2020 Feb 20, 2020

The EESC is concerned to note the euro area's economic downturn and the gradual end to a fall in unemployment, wedded to the persistent higher incidence of risk factors affecting economic performance. It is the European Green Deal that the EESC sees as the backbone of the future EU and euro-area economic configuration – the potential start of a fundamental change and a turning point. If managed successfully, it could move Europe up a gear economically and socially; if not, its failure could fatally jeopardise the integrity of the EU.

EESK:s yttrande: Euro area economic policy 2020

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