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Tuesday, 19 January 2016 - Strasbourg Revised edition

External factors that represent hurdles to European female entrepreneurship (A8-0369/2015 - Barbara Matera)
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  Marlene Mizzi (S&D), in writing. ‒ The EU still lags behind with an entrepreneurial rate of 12%. Female entrepreneurship deserves particular attention, as equal economic independence is not a given while women’s employment rate of 59% is not in line with the 75% target of EU 2020. Of all self-employed, only 31% are female. The Matera report targets the hurdles and challenges to achieve a higher female entrepreneurship rate, especially access to funding, social entrepreneurship and work/life balance. That is why I have voted in favour of the report on external factors that represent hurdles to European female entrepreneurship.

 
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