In General

The update of the EU Industrial Strategy highlights the need to accelerate the green and digital transition of EU industry and its ecosystems. It proposes co-creation with industry, public authorities, social partners and other stakeholders.

To initiate the co-creation process, the Commission prepared a staff working document outlining possible scenarios for a transition pathway toward a resilient, innovative, sustainable and digital energy-intensive industries (EII) ecosystem.

The Commission invites stakeholders to reflect and contribute to the scenarios and list key enablers for the transition of the EII ecosystem. The document invites the stakeholders to work together and propose concrete actions, commitments and investments at sectoral, national and regional levels of the EII ecosystem. It also asks stakeholders for an assessment of scale, cost, benefits and conditions of the required actions to accompany the twin transition of European EIIs.

You can share your contribution until 22 November 2021 through the EU Survey questionnaire.

Based on the consultation results and further meetings with stakeholders, the transition pathway will be co-created, finalised and presented by December 2021/January 2022.

More information
EU Industrial Strategy update
Contact: GROW-HLG-EII@ec.europa.eu

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New EU-funded Eastern Partnership Trade Helpdesk launched

A new tool to support trade and investment between the EU and Eastern Partnership countries launched on 15 December. The Eastern Partnership Trade Helpdesk will assist companies to identify new opportunities, potential partners and check necessary requirements and procedures.

Launch of the Africa IP SME Helpdesk to support EU businesses in intellectual property matters

The Africa IP SME Helpdesk is a first-line IP assistance service for European SMEs that operate or intend to access the African market and look to improve their global competitiveness.

Consultation on the New Legislative Framework

Does your business produce goods that are sold in other EU markets?  Do you regularly have to deal with formalities such as CE marking and conformity assessment? In that case, you will already be dealing with procedures under the New Legislative Framework (NLF) – which sets out principles/overall rules for product legislation/conformity assessment in the EU. It also clarifies the use of CE marking and creates a toolbox of measures for use in product legislation.  Decision No 768/2008/EC and Regulation (EC) No 765/2008 together are called the NLF. The European Commission is currently evaluating this legislation and would therefore be very pleased to hear your views, experiences and suggestions.

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