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ARTICLE — 27 januari 2023

A design proposal based on out-of-date assumptions

Design not only makes the world more beautiful, but it also makes it more functional. Design is often a crucial element in taking everyday decisions. Design can help companies to communicate with a market. Protection of industrial design should be one of the most used intellectual property rights.
ARTICLE — 27 januari 2023

Creating a framework for increasing B2G data sharing in the Data Act

The Confederation of Swedish Enterprise welcomes the Swedish Presidency’s work in the Council and the corresponding work in the European Parliament in the proposed Data Act to find appropriate wording, clarifications and necessary amendments.
ARTICLE — 25 januari 2023

Confederation of Swedish Enterprise’s position regarding proposed changes to EU state aid rules

In a letter dated 13 January, 2023, the Executive Vice-President of the European Commission, Margrethe Vestager, wrote to EU member states regarding revisions to state aid regulations. The Confederation of Swedish Enterprise hereby presents its position.
ARTICLE — 19 januari 2023

Wanted: A strategy for a more competitive Europe

With a policy framework at EU level designed to boost competitiveness and productivity growth, the gap between the EU and the global leaders at the forefront of growth and innovation can be closed.
ARTICLE — 16 december 2022

Industry’s message to the most-digitalised EU member states

The EU’s most-digitalised member states are meeting in Gran Canaria on Friday. The business sector hopes to see initiatives to strengthen the digital single market and enhance international cooperation with like-minded countries.
ARTICLE — 14 december 2022

Green transition tops agenda for EU-US trade talks

The meeting between EU and US officials under the auspices of the Trade and Technology Council, (TTC), earlier this week resulted in several outcomes, including prioritisation of the green transition, the extension and expansion of mutual recognition agreements, and the launch of a roadmap for AI.
ARTICLE — 13 december 2022

Europe’s future competitiveness is at stake

Europe needs a fresh start, an aggressive agenda for reform and increased competitiveness, writes Jan-Olof Jacke, CEO of the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise along Anna Stellinger, head of International and EU affairs.
ARTICLE — 11 december 2022

Stellinger: “Concern and lack of clarity over US Inflation Reduction Act”

The US is taking major steps towards achieving its commitments under the Paris Agreement. It is therefore unfortunate that the law includes discriminatory elements. Free trade – not closed borders – is what is needed for the green transition to become a reality, means Swedish Enterprise.
ARTICLE — 29 november 2022

Concerns over where the AI Act may lead the EU’s competitiveness

The European Commission’s proposal for an AI Act has now been fully discussed by the Member States. Several improvements have been proposed, some of which have had a partial impact. Meanwhile, the European Parliament’s deliberations are still ongoing, and these have raised a number of concerns.
ARTICLE — 29 november 2022

Did the Commission propose an emergency instrument that may hamper the fundamental idea of the EU single market? 

The Confederation of Swedish Enterprise was given the opportunity to comment on a consultation, launched by the Swedish government, on the European Commission’s proposal for a Single Market Emergency Instrument (SMEI). Here, we provide our overall comments
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