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Assuntos económicos e monetários

 

Parlamento Europeu avança com medidas para melhorar fiscalidade na UE

Sessão plenária Fiscalidade25-03-2015 - 19:57

O Parlamento Europeu aprovou hoje, por 444 votos a favor, 110 contra e 41 abstenções, um relatório da comissão parlamentar dos Assuntos Económicos que avança com uma série de medidas para reforçar a luta contra a fraude fiscal, a evasão fiscal, a elisão fiscal, o planeamento fiscal agressivo e os paraísos fiscais. (Ler mais: Parlamento Europeu avança com medidas para melhorar fiscalidade na UE )

 

Moscovici debate: MEPs make the case for fairer taxation

Plenary Session Taxation25-03-2015 - 19:55
EU budget revision illustration  

EU member states must be more transparent about their national tax rulings, because unfair tax competition distorts competition among companies and could lead to a “race to the bottom”, warned many MEPs in Wednesday’s debate with taxation Commissioner Pierre Moscovici. (Read more: Moscovici debate: MEPs make the case for fairer taxation )

 

Debate sobre medidas para aumentar transparência fiscal na UE com Moscovici

Sessão plenária Fiscalidade25-03-2015 - 10:00

O pacote sobre a transparência fiscal apresentado pela Comissão em 18 de março, que inclui uma proposta para tornar obrigatória a troca de informações entre os Estados-Membros sobre os acordos fiscais prévios (tax rulings), vai ser avaliado num debate com o comissário europeu Pierre Moscovici, a partir das 16h00. O PE vai também votar um relatório com recomendações para reforçar a luta contra a fraude fiscal, a evasão fiscal, a elisão fiscal, o planeamento fiscal agressivo e os paraísos fiscais. (Ler mais: Debate sobre medidas para aumentar transparência fiscal na UE com Moscovici )

 

Greece should resume policy dialogue and agree on reforms, Draghi tells MEPs

ECON Economic and monetary affairs23-03-2015 - 18:49
ECB President Mario Draghi at the ECON to discuss monetary dialogue and the bank's new quantitative easing policy  

The European Central Bank’s expanded asset purchase programme, better known as “quantitative easing” (QE), is starting to make headway across the EU, ECB President Mario Draghi told Economic and Monetary Committee MEPs on Monday. Mr Draghi also reported on the tough negotiations with Greece and outlined what it would take for the ECB to reinstate the waiver for buying Greek state bonds on the secondary market, so as to enable QE to benefit Greece, too. (Read more: Greece should resume policy dialogue and agree on reforms, Draghi tells MEPs )

 

EP must have bigger role in new investment fund, say budget and economics MEPs

BUDG ECON Budget / Economic and monetary affairs12-03-2015 - 10:32

Parliament should have a bigger role in supervising the operations of the new European Fund for Strategic Investment (EFSI), in selecting its top officials and in the decisions on how to feed the guarantee fund, says the draft report by the budgets and the economic and monetary affairs committees, presented and discussed on Thursday in Strasbourg. (Read more: EP must have bigger role in new investment fund, say budget and economics MEPs )

 

Energy Union and foreign policy: EP priorities ahead of the European Council

Plenary Session European Council / Economic and monetary affairs11-03-2015 - 17:37
EC President J.-C. Juncker, Latvian Secretary of State Z. Kalniņa-Lukaševica, M. Weber (EPP, DE), G. Pitella (S&D, IT), A. Duda (ECR, PL), G. Verhofstadt (ALDE, BE), G. Zimmer (GUE/NGL, DE), R. Harms (Greens/EFA, DE), N. Farage (EFDD, UK)  

MEPs gave their input to the upcoming summit in Wednesday’s debate with Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, Commission First Vice-President Frans Timmermans, and Latvian Secretary of State for European Affairs Zanda Kalniņa-Lukaševica. (Read more: Energy Union and foreign policy: EP priorities ahead of the European Council )

 

EU semester 2015: recommendations for economic and social improvement

Plenary Session Economic and monetary affairs / Euro11-03-2015 - 14:35
Commissioners: Elzbieta BIENKOWSKA, Marianne THYSSEN and Valdis DOMBROVSKIS  

Parliament voted on Wednesday to back the European Commission's approach to stimulating growth and job creation, following a debate on "European Semester” coordination of EU countries’ economic policies in 2015, with Commission Vice-president Valdis Dombrovskis and Commissioners Marianne Thyssen (social affairs) and Elzbieta Bieńkowska (single market and SMEs). (Read more: EU semester 2015: recommendations for economic and social improvement )

 

MEPs vote to channel funds towards long term European investment

Plenary Session Economic and monetary affairs10-03-2015 - 12:20

Parliament adopted the rules to address present banks' reluctance to lend to small businesses or open-ended research projects by creating European Long-Term Investment Funds (ELTIFs) designed to benefit the real economy and society by channelling non-bank funds into long-term projects to deliver infrastructure, intellectual property or research results, on Tuesday. (Read more: MEPs vote to channel funds towards long term European investment )

 

Limites máximos para taxas cobradas por pagamento com cartão de débito e crédito

Sessão plenária Assuntos económicos e monetários10-03-2015 - 12:06
Credit card payment illustration  

As operações de pagamento baseadas em cartões de débito e de crédito serão sujeitas a uma taxa de intercâmbio máxima na UE dentro de seis meses, estipula um regulamento hoje aprovado pelo Parlamento Europeu. Os limites máximos são fixados em 0,2 % do valor da operação para os cartões de débito e em 0,3 % para os cartões de crédito. Segundo os legisladores europeus, as novas regras beneficiarão também os consumidores graças à redução dos custos incorridos pelos comerciantes. (Ler mais: Limites máximos para taxas cobradas por pagamento com cartão de débito e crédito )