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ARTICLE — 3 december 2020

EU proposal on green claims

Swedish Enterprise has participated in the EU public consultation on a potential legislative proposal on substantiating green claims.
ARTICLE — 2 december 2020

EU Taxonomy hits the wrong target

The taxonomy as proposed may negatively impact our ability to reach our climate goals. It also risks undermining our competitiveness and ultimately leading to an overall increase in global CO2 emissions.
ARTICLE — 1 december 2020

The European Commission”s new threat to the Swedish model

The European Commission is in the process of preparing a new Directive on wage transparency; one that will damage growth, make skills adjustment more difficult and create extensive bureaucracy, says chief economists at several employers” organisations.
ARTICLE — 1 december 2020

Remove trade barriers and deepen the EU Single Market

An interview with Jessica Stegrud (ECR) on the European Parliament’s initiative report on the European Commission”s proposed EU Industrial Strategy.
ARTICLE — 1 december 2020

Protectionism is the wrong direction

Sara Skyttedal (EPP), on the European Parliament’s initiative report on the European Commission”s proposed EU Industrial Strategy.
ARTICLE — 25 november 2020

Competition policy measures in support of the Green Deal.

Well-functioning competition is a prerequisite for companies to dare to invest in climate-smart solutions. EU competition rules should therefore be applied and interpreted in the same way in all Member States, says Stefan Sagebro, an expert on competition and state aid.
ARTICLE — 24 november 2020

Inception Impact Assessment for Sustainable Product Initiative

The Confederation of Swedish Enterprise welcomes the EU Commission”s action plan on circular economy and the initiative on Sustainable Product Initiative. Swedish business community is already at the forefront of changing from a linear to a circular economy and wants to take a driving role in its development.
ARTICLE — 23 november 2020

“Tax on fashion” criticised

The Swedish “Tax on Fashion” has been heavily criticised by Swedish organisations, companies, and the Swedish authorities such as the Swedish Tax Agency and the Swedish Chemicals Agency. Yet the criticism is not limited to Sweden; it is also international.
ARTICLE — 19 november 2020

Newsletter on knowledge-based assets

ARTICLE — 19 november 2020

Swedish Business Policy Brief

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