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15-01-2015 - 10:08

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European Parliamentary Week on 3-4 February

29-01-2015 - 11:41

The next edition of the European Parliamentary Week (EPW) will take place on 3rd and 4th February 2015 at the premises of the European Parliament in Brussels.  The EPW aims to bring together parliamentarians from all over the European Union to discuss economic, budgetary and social matters.
Within the framework of the EPW two events will take place.
•    The first event is the Interparliamentary meeting on the European Semester Cycles 2014 and 2015, taking place in the context of the preparation of the European Parliament reports for the priorities for the next Semester Cycle based on the Annual Growth Survey. The purpose of this event is to enhance the democratic dimension of the decision-making process by discussing and scrutinising the actions of the executive within the framework of the Semester cycle. This event will include plenary sessions as well as three parallel interparliamentary committee meetings that will each be organised by the EP Committees on Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON), on Employment and Social Affairs (EMPL) and on Budgets (BUDG).
•    The second event is the Interparliamentary Conference under Article 13 of the Treaty on Stability, Coordination and Governance in the Economic and Monetary Union (TSCG). The Conference is co-organised and co-presided by the Saeima of the Republic of Latvia and the European Parliament. This will be the fourth edition of the Conference which is aimed at further developing the cooperation of the Parliaments of the European Union in relation to matters covered by the TSCG.

The review of the economic governance framework: stocktaking and challenges

26-01-2015 - 12:11

German Finance Minister W.Schäuble and Italian Minister of Economy and Finances P.C.Padoan appeared in ECON for an exchange of views within the context of the preparation of the INI report on "The review of the economic governance framework; stocktaking and challenges" (rapporteur: P. Berès) on 27 January.

Economic Dialogue and exchange of views with Jānis Reirs, ECOFIN President and Minister for Finance of Latvia

15-01-2015 - 10:12

The Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs held an Economic Dialogue and exchange of views with Jānis Reirs, ECOFIN President and Minister for Finance of Latvia, on 21 January 2015, 11.00 - 12.30, ir order to discuss the priorities of the Latvian Presidency in the area of ECON for the first half of 2015.
Wednesday, 21 January from 11:00-12:30, room PHS 3C 50

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Schäuble: "la solidarietà non dovrebbe rimpiazzare le decisioni nazionali"

ECON 27-01-2015 - 17:10

La commissione affari economici e monetari del Parlamento ha ospitato il ministro delle finanze tedesco Wolfgang Schäuble e il suo omologo italiano Pier Carlo Padoan in un dibattito apposito sulla revisione del quadro di governance economica. (Seguito)


Capping card payment fees: economic affairs MEPs back deal with Council

ECON 27-01-2015 - 15:53

The fees that banks charge retailers for processing shoppers’ payments would be capped under draft EU rules endorsed by Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee MEPs in a vote on Tuesday. The vote confirms an informal deal struck with the Council in December. The cap would apply to both cross-border and domestic card-based payments and should cut costs for card users. (Seguito)


Money laundering: company owner lists to fight tax crime and terrorist financing

ECON LIBE 27-01-2015 - 15:30

The ultimate owners of companies will have to be listed in central registers in EU countries, open both to the authorities and to people with a "legitimate interest", such as journalists, under a Parliament/Council deal endorsed by the Economic and Monetary Affairs and Civil Liberties committees on Tuesday. The new anti-money laundering directive aims to help to fight money laundering, tax crimes and terrorist financing. New rules to make it easier to trace transfers of funds were also approved. (Seguito)


Juncker Plan will create 1.3 million jobs, Katainen tells economic affairs MEPs

ECON 26-01-2015 - 18:06

The European Commission calculates that the Juncker Plan for a European Strategic Investments Fund will create 1.3 million jobs, said Commissioner for Growth and Jobs Jyrki Katainen in a debate with Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee MEPs on Monday. If projects incur losses, the public share of their funding will take the first blow. "That's why they are interesting for private investors", he said. (Seguito)


Latvian Presidency priorities discussed by EP committees


The priorities of Latvia’s EU Council Presidency will be outlined to the various parliamentary committees by Latvian ministers in a series of meetings to be held during the last two weeks of January. (Seguito)

Documenti utili

Prossime trasmissioni

09:00 / 11:00 ECON
11:15 / 13:15 ECON
15:00 / 18:00 BUDG EMPL ECON
09:00 / 12:00 ECON EMPL BUDG
14:00 / 18:00 ECON EMPL BUDG

Biblioteca multimediale

27-01-2015 - 15:30
ECON Riunione
27-01-2015 - 15:12
LIBE ECON Riunione

Messaggio di benvenuto

Benvenuti alla commissione per i problemi economici e monetari (ECON). La commissione è competente per l'Unione economica e monetaria (UEM), la regolamentazione dei servizi finanziari, la libera circolazione dei capitali e dei pagamenti, la politica fiscale e la politica di concorrenza e il sistema finanziario internazionale.

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