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07-05-2015 - 16:28
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 The next Committee Meetings will be held on Thursday 4 June (09.00 - 12.30) in József Antall (4Q1).

The issue 59 of the IMCO newsletter is now available in the newsletter section! This issue addresses the items on the agenda of committee meetings on 6-7 May and 4 June 2015 and reports last committee meeting of 23 April 2015.

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Third meeting of the working group on Digital Single Market

20-05-2015 - 17:19
e-Commerce

On 26 May, the Working Group on the Digital Single Market (DSM) will hold his third meeting and will focus on the European Commission Strategy on the DSM. Created in 2011, the Working group on DSM led to the adoption of a number of parliamentary resolutions and has become a key platform for in-depth discussion where EP Members, EC, stakeholders and experts exchange views, identify new opportunities/challenges, remaining barriers and propose concrete measures to make the DSM in the EU a reality.

Digital single market and e-commerce. Interactive EU Mapping

19-05-2015 - 14:36
Digital single market and e-commerce. Interactive EU Mapping

This At the glance note prepared by the Policy Department A and the Secretariat of the Committee on Internal Market and Consumer Protection (IMCO) provides graphic overview on core legislation in the area of Digital single market and e-commerce. Click on icons to access legal acts.

Exchange of views with Commissioners on the Commission work programme and Digital Single Market strategy

07-05-2015 - 16:29
Presentation of the progress of the Commission Work programme by Commissioners Katainen, Bienkowska and Oettinger

On 6 May, IMCO hold an exchange of views with J. Katainen, Vice-President for Jobs, Growth, Investment and Competitiveness, and with E. Bieńkowska, Commissioner responsible for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs. The purpose of the exchange of views was to discuss the progress of the Commission work programme and the upcoming initiatives. On 7 May, Commissioner for Digital Economy & Society G. Oettinger, presented the Commission strategy on Digital Single Market.

Public Hearing: EEA-Switzerland: 7 May

30-04-2015 - 16:45
EEA-Switzerland: obstacles with regard to the full implementation of the internal market

The hearing started with opening remarks by Vice-Chair Corazza Bildt, Chairman of the SINEEA Delegation Jorn Dohrmann and the Rapporteur Andreas Schwab. Four speakers were invited.
Ambassador of the Swiss mission to the EU Roberto Balzaretti highlighted the close ties that exist between the EU and Switzerland which are based on common values. In addition, Switzerland is an important trading partner of the EU (4th with regard to goods, 2nd with regard to services).
Ambassador Bergidis Ellertsdottir of the Icelandic missionto the EU took the floor on behalf of the three EEA EFTA states (Norway,Iceland, Liechtenstein). She stated that special efforts are being made inorder to reduce the current implementation deficit in which is substantiallyhigher in comparison to the EU28 and welcomed the wording used in IMCO's draftReport stating that the EEA Agreement "has proven to be a solid,efficient and well-functioning agreement ensuring the integrity of the SingleMarket".
Prof Dr. Christa Tobler presented an overview of the EU's institutional arrangements with the EEA EFTA States and with Switzerland. She underlined that the Swiss context was different as only three of the fundamental freedoms apply. The EEA EFTA States are much more integrated in the internal market.
Ms Kirstin Schneider, DG GROW Director, underlined theimportance of homogenous implementation of the acquis. She expanded on thecurrent implementation deficit of the EEA EFTA States which needs to beimproved as it is well above the 1% target (2,9% for Iceland). The initiativesset up by the countries concerned to speed up transposition and facilitate implementation are therefore very welcome.

Study: EU Mapping: Overview of Internal Market and Consumer Protection Related Legislation

28-04-2015 - 11:04
Study on EU Mapping: Overview of Internal Market and Consumer Protection Related Legislation

This study, prepared by the Policy Department A (Economic and Scientific Policy) and the IMCO Secretariat provides a graphic overview on core legislation in the area of the Internal Market and Consumer Protection. The presentation essentially covers the areas within the responsibility of the IMCO Committee, hence it starts with core IMCO areas but also displays neighbouring areas of other Committees' competences which are closely connected to and impacting on IMCO's work.

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Marché unique numérique: les présidents des commissions pour la proposition

JURI IMCO ITRE 06-05-2015 - 15:35

Le projet de stratégie de marché unique numérique est nécessaire pour renforcer la confiance dans le monde en ligne, stimuler la croissance et protéger les droits des citoyens, des créateurs et des entreprises. Ce fût quelques-unes des premières réactions des présidents des trois commissions qui travailleront intensément sur la proposition de la Commission d'aujourd'hui. Cet après-midi et demain matin, les commissaires responsables discuteront de cette proposition avec les députés. (Lire la suite)

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Accord entre les députés et le Conseil sur les voyages à forfait

IMCO 05-05-2015 - 16:28

Les voyageurs qui combinent leurs propres vacances à forfait en ligne bénéficieront de la même protection que ceux qui réservent via des agences de voyage traditionnelles, selon un accord provisoire conclu entre les députés et les négociateurs du Conseil ce mardi. L'accord renforce les droits des vacanciers, en leur permettant d'annuler des vacances à forfait si le prix augmente de plus de 8%, de recevoir de l'aide en cas de problème ou d'être rapatriés si le tour opérateur fait faillite. (Lire la suite)

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07-05-2015 - 09:10
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Vicky Ford

La commission du marché intérieur et de la protection des consommateurs (IMCO) est compétente pour les questions ayant trait à l'examen et au contrôle législatifs de la réglementation de l'Union sur la libre circulation des biens, des services et des professionnels, la politique douanière, la normalisation et les intérêts économiques des consommateurs. Les membres de la commission œuvrent à réduire les obstacles économiques et à simplifier la législation afin d'accroître la compétitivité au sein du marché unique, tout en étant attentifs aux intérêts des consommateurs dans une multitude de secteurs.

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