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What impact did the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) have on European businesses so far?

The European Union would like to learn more on the impact the EU-Japan EPA had on European businesses in 2019. The purpose of this survey is for the EU to collect feedback on the impact of the EPA on EU businesses as well as to gather information on existing market access challenges that EU companies […]

Coronavirus & European standards for medical supplies

Presse release on Coronavirus: European standards for medical supplies made freely available to facilitate increase of production

EC Consultation on the White Paper on Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence brings improvements in daily life but may entail a number of potential risks

Large corporate clients or financial institutions have asked you for non-financial information?

Your SME provides goods or services to large companies? They may have asked you to provide them with social or environmental information. The same applies to the share of financial institutions. These obligations give rise to costs and constraints. In order to assess its impact and possibly revise the Directive requiring certain large companies to disclose non-financial information, the European Commission is launching a consultation with SMEs.

Coronavirus: ensuring the free movement of goods within the European internal market

It is important that the basic principles of the internal market and the Schengen agreement be maintained, in particular to ensure the free movement of goods (via all modes of transport) and professional mobility (particularly in cross-border areas). Although many aspects of border measures are a matter of national competence, the European Commission has tried […]

European construction sector observatory : a pivotal source of information

The construction sector plays a key role in Europe’s economy, and it is shaped by the policy measures taken by national governments

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