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ZPP from its beginning has been completely supportive of free market and free competition. We believe that “creative destruction” is the best way to stimulate the innovation which results in products fitted to the consumers’ needs. Especially now, when European economies are vividly hurt by the coronavirus outbreak, we need to put even more effort into making our regulatory and institutional environment more friendly for the innovative undertakings.

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Events

Podcast EEA WAVES: The Sound of SMEs. Season 1, Episode 1 title: “Quo Vadis upcoming Digital Services Act?” by European Enterprise Alliance with Marcin Nowacki, Vicepresident of ZPP on Digital Services.

Date: 2020-12-04
Location: Online

Debate on Multinational Financial Framework online on December 11 2020. More details soon.

Date: 2020-12-11
Location: Online

A week-long programme of bitesize daily debates on Europe’s sustainable raw materials agenda.  More information. 

Date: 2020-11-16
Location:

Regulatory Affairs

On November 18, The German Presidency of the Council and the European Parliament reached a political agreement on REACT-EU, an emergency legislative initiative to release €47.5 billion through the structural funds to the hardest hit member states and regions. This additional funding will come from the European Recovery Instrument. Press release


The Union of Entrepreneurs and Employer’s Contribution to the European Commission consultation on the implementation of the Social Pillar


EEA position paper on the Digital Services Act. In light of the EU Commission’s intentions to propose a new Digital Services Act Package, the EEA is hereby providing key guiding principles on behalf of its membership.


Position papers, presentation, declarations

The Union of Entrepreneurs and Employer’s Contribution to the European Commission consultation on the implementation of the Social Pillar


Position of the European Enterprise Alliance on on Digital Services Act.


Position of the European Enterprise Alliance on Artificial Intelligence.


Reading

‘Hungary and Poland escalate budget fight over rule of law’ – POLITICO. 


‘Polish de facto ban on abortion puts women’s lives at risk, says Parliament’ – European Parliament Press Release.


‘Work for Others, not Yourself: Globalization, Protectionism and Europe’s Quest for Strategic Autonomy’ – Fredrik Erixon from ECIPE. 


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Head of the branch office of ZPP in the EU:
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Email: a.boutanos@zpp.net.pl
Phone: + 32 476 590 602