Reports

Once a draft report has been presented to the committee, members are given the chance to propose amendments before a certain deadline. The amendments will then be discussed and voted upon in the committee. Once a draft report has been amended and a final vote taken, it becomes a report and will then be presented in the plenary session. This page shows the reports as finalised in committee.
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REPORT on consumer protection – protection of consumers in utilities services

Date :10-03-2014

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A7-0163/2014 PE 522.759v02-00
IMCO

Josef WEIDENHOLZER

Documents in dossier IMCO/7/13387

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REPORT on Single Market governance within the European Semester 2014

Date :30-01-2014

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A7-0066/2014 PE 521.613v02-00
IMCO

Sergio Gaetano COFFERATI

Documents in dossier IMCO/7/13815

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REPORT on SOLVIT

Date :28-01-2014

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A7-0059/2014 PE 522.880v02-00
IMCO

Morten LØKKEGAARD

Documents in dossier IMCO/7/13388

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REPORT on an integrated parcel delivery market for the growth of e-commerce in the EU

Date :14-01-2014

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A7-0024/2014 PE 516.736v02-00
IMCO

Pablo ARIAS ECHEVERRÍA

Documents in dossier IMCO/7/12134

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REPORT on the proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on electronic invoicing in public procurement

Date :06-01-2014

Reference :

A7-0004/2014 PE 521.724v02-00
IMCO

Birgit COLLIN-LANGEN

Documents in dossier IMCO/7/13244

AMENDMENTS
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The Single Market and its free movement of people, goods and services is one of the absolute foundations of the EU. It has provided prosperity and growth, jobs, mobility and freedom of choice to Europe's citizens and businesses.
 
In the Committee on Internal Market and Consumer protection, we believe that citizens must be placed at the heart of the Single Market. It is our mission to ensure that people can establish themselves anywhere within the EU, to work, study or set up a business.
 
We want to make sure that consumers know their rights and feel assured that they are safe and protected when buying products in the EU, whether in their local shop or when shopping online across borders.
 
We aim to make clear rules for businesses, and to make life simpler for small firms while expanding their market opportunities in making, selling or providing services.
 
The Internal Market Committee initiated the Single Market Act to give a fresh impetus to the Single Market. We remain committed to deliver on its proposals as quickly as possible. Only a well functioning Single European Market can ensure our prosperity and competitiveness in the world in the decades to come.
 
Malcolm Harbour CBE
Chair of the Committee on Internal Market and Consumer Protection