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8 Amendments of Herve JUVIN related to 2020/2076(INI)

Amendment 5 #
Draft opinion
Paragraph 1
1. Takes note of the Commission’s initiatives to support European SMEs’ access to international markets; stresses, however, that SMEs have to deal with too many regulations and burdens and excessive bureaucracy; stresses that SMEs are kept at a competitive disadvantage by investing in climate neutrality to comply with the Green Deal while trying to remain competitive and thrive on export markets; furthermore stresses that the European Green Deal represents a disproportionate additional financial burden on SMEs and industry, distorting global competition and, under the impact of the COVID-19 crisis, seriously jeopardising their professional existence;
2020/06/02
Committee: INTA
Amendment 14 #
Draft opinion
Paragraph 1 a (new)
1 a. Underlines that the COVID-19 crisis has severely hit European industry and threatening the employment market, call in this regard the Commission to re- focus on concrete actions to support industrial and local production and related exports alternatively to concentrate on a carbon-neutral economy;
2020/06/02
Committee: INTA
Amendment 18 #
Draft opinion
Paragraph 1 b (new)
1 b. underlines that european SMEs and instustry are already champion in the green economy and in green tools; in this regard the commission should accompany Member States towards exporting this tools and know-how to create a global level playing field;
2020/06/02
Committee: INTA
Amendment 26 #
Draft opinion
Paragraph 2
2. Calls on the Commission to focus on domestic productivity on the basis of research and innovation within Europe, in order to establish a strategic autonomy and less dependence on vulnerable supply chains in core industry sectors such as the tech and telecommunications, medical products and, pharmaceuticals and agricultural sectors, especially in times of global crisis, and to remain competitive on the global markets;
2020/06/02
Committee: INTA
Amendment 36 #
Draft opinion
Paragraph 2 a (new)
2 a. Underlines that industry is a national competence, which should be driven by the interest of local business and local producers; stresses however that the European Commission should give the opportunity to Member States of developing a proper strategy to enhance the exchange of information in order to achieve positive impact on trade relations -in and outside of the internal market-;
2020/06/02
Committee: INTA
Amendment 38 #
Draft opinion
Paragraph 2 b (new)
2 b. Underlines that industry counts for 80% of European goods exports and employs around 35 million people, calls the Commission to take into account the significant added value industry brings to the European employment market and social rights and its crucial place as a factor of prosperity and competitiveness;
2020/06/02
Committee: INTA
Amendment 44 #
Draft opinion
Paragraph 3
3. Supports, in principle, the initiative to reinforce a rule-based multilateral trading system; expresses its concern, however, about the functioning of the WTO, owing to some international actors abusing their market power; in this regards underlines the need of creating a level playing field while being mobilised on reforming the WTO toghether with international partners;
2020/06/02
Committee: INTA
Amendment 81 #
Draft opinion
Paragraph 7
7. Calls on the Commission to strengthen the screening of foreign direct investment and to protect access to strategic industries, crucial infrastructure, key enabling technologies, or any other assets in the interests of security and cybersecurity. to prevent hostile takeovers by third country companies;
2020/06/02
Committee: INTA