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The current EU trade today is not primarily about creating good opportunities for European companies to do business with their counterparts in other countries. Instead, it focuses on other, more defensive, objectives. Now, a new report has clarified where we are headed with this new agenda.
The Commission’s proposals for the regulation of artificial intelligence (AI) – the AI Act – are currently being debated in the Council and the European Parliament. The Swedish MEP most up-to-speed on these issues is Jörgen Warborn (EPP/M), so we asked him to share his thoughts on the proposals.
Swedish Enterprise support the European Commission’s Right to repair initiative and its objective of extending the useful life of goods. But before implementation, an impact assessment should be made so that it is ensured that environmental benefits exceed the costs for the industry.
The European Commission has released a proposal that aims to reverse deforestation. While any efforts to reverse deforestation should be welcomed, the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise is concerned with a number of elements of the proposal.
The EU’s industrial emissions directive weakens companies’ ability to continue to switch to more sustainable production, writes Karin Nilsson, environmental policy expert.