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Parliamentary questions
22 July 2016
E-003080/2016
Answer given by Ms Bieńkowska on behalf of the Commission

1. In the Single Market Strategy(1) adopted in October 2015 the Commission announced that it will in 2016 ‘develop a European agenda for the collaborative economy, including guidance on how existing EC law applies to collaborative economy business models’. In order to prepare this guidance, the Commission organised a public consultation and stakeholder workshops, carried out a Eurobarometer survey and commissioned external research studies.

On the basis of this input, the Commission has prepared a communication(2) that aims at clarifying the applicable Union law and presenting policy recommendations to Member States and market operators. The objective of the communication is to facilitate the balanced development of the collaborative economy in Europe in line with existing Union law and thus contribute to competitiveness, jobs and growth.

2. In its communication, the Commission invites Member States to review and, where appropriate, reduce restrictions, including licencing and compliance requirements. The communication will guide the Commission in its enforcement action, including in front of the European Court of Justice. Moreover, the communication announces a monitoring framework including tools such as periodic surveys, mapping of regulatory developments, stakeholder dialogue, etc., allowing the Commission to work together with Member States to ensure that Union law is consistently applied across the EU single market.

(1)COM(2015)0550 final, 28.10.2015.
(2)COM(2016)0356 final.

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