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NOTICE TO MEMBERS - Draft calendar of 2014 ECON Committee meetings

Date : 11-09-2013

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ECON_CM(2013)519468 PE 519.468v01-00
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Documents in dossier ECON/7/00338

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NOTICE TO MEMBERS - Revised draft calendar of ECON Committee meetings in 2013

Date : 11-02-2013

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ECON_CM(2013)494567 PE 494.567v03-00
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NOTICE TO MEMBERS - Calendar of ECON Committee meetings in 2012

Date : 12-07-2011

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ECON_CM(2011)469774 PE 469.774v03-00
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NOTICE TO MEMBERS - Contribution by the Romanian Senate

Date : 08-03-2011

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ECON_CM(2011)460745 PE 460.745v01-00
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NOTICE TO MEMBERS - Contribution by the Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic

Date : 08-03-2011

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ECON_CM(2011)460751 PE 460.751v01-00
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NOTICE TO MEMBERS - Contribution by the Italian Chamber of Deputies

Date : 08-03-2011

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ECON_CM(2011)460752 PE 460.752v01-00
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NOTICE TO MEMBERS - Contribution by the Senate of Italy (Economic Planning and Budget Committee)

Date : 08-03-2011

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ECON_CM(2011)460788 PE 460.788v01-00
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NOTICE TO MEMBERS - Contribution by the Senate of Italy (EU Policies Committee)

Date : 08-03-2011

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ECON_CM(2011)460789 PE 460.789v01-00
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NOTICE TO MEMBERS - Contribution by the Italian Senate

Date : 03-03-2011

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ECON_CM(2011)460680 PE 460.680v02-00
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NOTICE TO MEMBERS - Contribution by the Portuguese National Assembly

Date : 03-03-2011

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ECON_CM(2011)460684 PE 460.684v02-00
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The European Parliament is a major agenda-setter in the area of European policy and the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee (ECON) plays a key role in the work of the Parliament. It has responsibility for such matters as the economic and monetary policies of the EU, taxation and competition policies, free movement of capital and the regulation of financial services (banks, insurance, pension funds, asset/fund management, accounting, international monetary and financial systems etc.). Moreover, as the great majority of Parliament's work is done at Committee level, it is ECON that does most Parliamentary work on these key economic and monetary policy areas. This puts ECON at the centre of the Parliament's work on the current economic and financial crisis and gives ECON significant influence on the policy agenda in the EU and internationally.
 
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