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Monday, 7 June 2021 - Strasbourg Provisional edition

State of the SMEs Union – Implementation of better regulation agenda / Reduction target for administrative burden (debate)

  Henna Virkkunen (PPE). – Mr President, Mr Commissioner, Europe needs more entrepreneurs, because that is the only way to create growth and new jobs. The impact of the Corona pandemic has hit SMEs hard across Europe. Businesses still need support to recover, but at the same time, reforms are needed to support their future growth and success.

We expect a lot from the EU Commission when it comes to small European enterprises. It is very important that this State of the SMEs Union debate has come to life for the first time now due to the EPP Group’s insistence over the past year. In particular, we want to see the concrete implementation of the ‘One in, one out’ principle applied to upcoming EU rules.

In 2019, the new EU Commission committed itself to better legislation, reducing bureaucracy and improving conditions for our small and medium-sized enterprises. Unfortunately, quite little has happened since then.

In December 2020, the European Parliament endorsed the call for binding targets to reduce administrative burdens in the EU and asked the Commission to present an impact assessment by June 2021. We expect the EU Commission to deliver on this request by this month. SMEs need legislation that encourages them to grow, innovate and invest. Unnecessary bureaucracy is not what they need, and therefore we should reduce it.

Päivitetty viimeksi: 11. kesäkuuta 2021Oikeudellinen huomautus - Tietosuojakäytäntö