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ARTICLE — 24 maj 2022

Ensuring globally competitive businesses is the best way of securing a resilient EU economy

The French EU presidency has launched discussions on a new European growth and investment model. This is the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise input to ongoing discussions, focusing on three areas: recovery, growth, and investment.
ARTICLE — 23 maj 2022

Two pager on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence 

On the 23rd of February, the EU Commission proposed a framework on binding provisions for due diligence together with new rules on corporate governance. 
ARTICLE — 23 maj 2022

Jacob Wallenberg: “A strong Sweden needs a strong business climate.”

Jacob Wallenberg was elected president and chairman of the board of the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise on 19 May.
ARTICLE — 23 maj 2022

New Chips Act risks state aid race

On 8 February 2022, the European Commission presented a series of measures to reinforce the semiconductor ecosystem in the EU. Here is Swedish Enterprise’s view and analysis of the European Chips Act
ARTICLE — 23 maj 2022

Swedish Enterprise’s position on the Data Act Proposal

The Confederation of Swedish Enterprise has responded to the European Commission’s consultation process on a new Regulation on harmonised rules for fair access to, and use of, data (the Data Act).
ARTICLE — 18 maj 2022

Ikea and H&M: How to end the disposable society

Swedish heavyweights Ikea and H&M welcome the EU’s new proposals for a more circular economy. But the business community must be involved in establishing the framework for these regulations.
ARTICLE — 18 maj 2022

Strengthened security is a prerequisite for a strong economy

We will develop our competitiveness, drive European cooperation towards entrepreneurship and innovation, and make our contribution to an enhanced security regime in our part of the world, write Jaana Tuominen, President Finlands EK and Fredrik Persson, President Confederation of Swedish Enterprise.
ARTICLE — 10 maj 2022

The EU’s defensive trade agenda

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.
ARTICLE — 2 maj 2022

Jörgen Warborn: I will work to ensure that the AI Act is as unbureaucratic as possible

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.
ARTICLE — 21 april 2022

The Right to repair initiative: Environmental benefits must exceed the costs for the industry

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.
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