BETA

6 Amendments of Herve JUVIN related to 2020/2023(INI)

Amendment 164 #
Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 12
12. Takes note that the UK has chosen to establish its future economic and trade partnership with the EU on the basis of a ‘Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement’ as laid down in the UK’s Approach to Negotiations; emphasises that, while the European Parliament is supportive of the EU constructively negotiating a balanced, ambitious and comprehensive FTA with the UK, by its nature an FTA will never be equivalent to ‘frictionless’ trade; shares the Commission’s negotiating position whereby the scope and ambition of an FTA that the EU would agree to is conditional on the UK agreeing to provisions related to the level playing field, givenstresses in this regards the core importance of the geographical proximity and integration of markets, as well as on the conclusion of an agreement on fisheries;
2020/05/28
Committee: AFETINTA
Amendment 169 #
Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 12 a (new)
12 a. Stresses the need to look for the for the same requirements from the UK as it has been done in the past with other trade partner with whom the EU has concluded FTAs; underlines in this regard the impoortance as well as the benefit of integration of markets as well as the geographical proximity which results in less costs and a less important environmental impact resulting from the transport of goods;
2020/05/28
Committee: AFETINTA
Amendment 174 #
Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 12 b (new)
12 b. Underlines its determination to establish the more appropriate and more beneficial relationship possible with the United Kingdom, points out that the EU Member States are net exporters to the UK and finding a solution that satisfies both parties shall be a priority aiming to ensure the respect and protection of the interests of EU exporters and investors calls on the Commission to enhance competitiveness for EU companies and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs);
2020/05/28
Committee: AFETINTA
Amendment 215 #
Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 13 – point ix
(ix) an overarching chapter on the needs and interests of micro-enterprises and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with regard to market access facilitation issues including, but not limited to, compatibility of technical standards, and streamlined customs procedures with the aim of preserving and generating concrete business opportunities and fostering their internationalisation; notes that the UK’s approach to the negotiations does not include specific provisions reflecting these objectives;
2020/05/28
Committee: AFETINTA
Amendment 235 #
Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 14
14. Regrets the UK’s negotiating position with the EU of hitherto not engaging in detailed negotiations on the level playing field; points out that this position does not reflect paragraph 77 of the Political Declaration signed by both sides;deleted
2020/05/28
Committee: AFETINTA
Amendment 254 #
Motion for a resolution
Paragraph 16 – point iii
(iii) full respect for the social and labour standards of the EU’s social model (including equivalent levels of protection and safeguards against social dumping), at least at the current high levels provided by the existing common standards; underlines in this regard that the UK already complies and is committed to the abovementioned;
2020/05/28
Committee: AFETINTA