Joint statement MEDEF-BDI-Lewiatan


We are pleased with the new working structure of the Commission and strongly support that Commissioners will gather in project teams, overcoming silo mentalities by working jointly on key areas.

In this context, BDI, MEDEF and LEWIATAN put forward the following recommendations to the European institutions:

Recommendation No. 1 for the Commission Project Team 

“A Resilient Energy Union with a Forward-Looking Climate Change Policy”

Recommendation No. 2 for the Project Team 

“A Connected Digital Single Market”

Recommendation No. 3 for the Project Team 

“A Deeper and Fairer Economic and Monetary Union”

Recommendation No. 4 for the Project Team 

“A New Boost for Jobs, Growth and Investment”

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