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The Commission has proposed a legislative package, including a proposal for a new Regulation on Consumer Product Safety and a proposal for a Regulation on the Market Surveillance of Products. EuroCommerce welcomes these proposals but argues that the main problem is not legislation, but its implementation by the Member States.Read more
EuroCommerce organised a lunch debate with MEPs and stakeholders to discuss the Commission’s proposal for a general data protection regulation. The lunch, hosted by Lara Comi MEP (IT, EPP), IMCO Rapporteur on the dossier, discussed the potential implications of the proposal on the commerce sector.Read more
In coalition with 15 European business organisations, EuroCommerce has signed a
joint statement pushing for the conclusion of the trade negotiations with India. By addressing the current barriers to trade, this free trade agreement has the potential to deliver significant economic benefits and contribute to the development of both the EU and India.
The simplification and harmonisation of customs procedures worldwide is a vital building block for economic growth and development. Trade Facilitation is the simplest, most regulatory efficient way to recover economic performance and generate wealth creation for the good of all societies, regardless of location or region.Read more
With the Commission’s announcement of a review of the Payment Services Directive and a regulation on multilateral interchange fees (MIF) in 2013, EuroCommerce is hopeful that the era of interchange will soon come to an end.Read more