Single Market Programme approved by European Parliament

The Single Market Programme has been approved by the European Parliament. The regulation, published in the EU Official Journal, entered into force on 3 May and will apply retroactively from 1 January 2021. The Single Market Programme aims to strengthen the EU’s internal market by supporting a wide range of activities, from improving food safety to helping SMEs. The overarching goal is to foster cooperation and improve sustainability within the Single Market.  Enterprise Europe Network is also part of this programme.

SME panel on the Sustainable Products Initiative

An SME panel on the Sustainable Products Initiative (SPI) aims to gather the views of SMEs on the Sustainable Products Initiative that was announced in last year’s Circular Economy Action Plan and is due to be delivered by the end of 2021.

Benefit from the Europe-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement with the EVFTA helpdesk

The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Vietnam would like to promote its Europe Vietnam Free Ttrade Agreement Helpdesk for EEN’s members and European SMEs. The EVFTA Helpdesk is developed for SMEs.

Getting started to trade services

Does your company plan to trade with countries outside the EU for the first time? Access2Markets platform helps you assess if your company is ready and helps you understand the basics of import/export of services.

New India Intellectual Property SME Helpdesk

The European Commission has recently launched the India IP SME Helpdesk, a new initiative supporting SMEs from the EU and COSME associated countries to both protect and enforce their Intellectual Property (IP) rights in or relating to India.

Brexit: Measures deferred concerning the export of products of animal or plant origin

The UK authorities announced on 11/03/2021 a 6-month postponement of the arrangements for the export of products to the UK. Thus, the new rules which were due to come into force on 1 April, as well as those scheduled for 1 July, are postponed by 6 months. Concretely, no new certificates will be required from […]

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