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    Joint Association letter on DMA

    Joint Association letter on DMA

    A joint letter on the Digital Markets Act proposal signed together with over 35 organisations and individuals in 13 countries. In the letter, we call on the European Institutions and policymakers involved in the trilogue to revise the proposal as we believe that DMA does not strike the right balance between value creation and the protection of users. Download PDF

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    The Digital Services Act and its impact on European SMEs

    The Digital Services Act and its impact on European SMEs

    As the EU Commission’s own research shows, 17% of EU SMEs sell products online and 8% engage in cross-border sales. We therefore would like to encourage you to consider the following, to ensure that the position of SMEs in Europe is adequately represented during the current Trilogue negotiations on the Digital Services Act (DSA). Download PDF

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    Joint Association letter on DMA – or don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater

    Joint Association letter on DMA – or don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater

    Together with other organisations, we appreciate the opportunity to share perspectives on the upcoming crucial negotiations on the Digital Markets Act. Our community supports all initiatives aimed at improving the position of European businesses and users. While we understand the need to address certain challenges related to digitisation, we urge EU policymakers to make well-informed decisions and mitigate any harmful consequences for European SMEs, entrepreneurs and users. Download...

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    Joint Association letter on DMA

    The DMA implications for platforms in Europe

    European Commission has proposed the Digital Markets Act (DMA) that aims at establishing a set of narrowly defined objective criteria for qualifying a large online platform as a so-called “gatekeeper”. Marcin Nowacki explains what the proposed regulations mean for customers and businesses. https://youtu.be/JHkpWy0TJ_U

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    Joint Letter on the European Minimum Wage

    Joint Letter on the European Minimum Wage

    The EEA, together with its Members and Partners, has sent a letter to President Ursula von der Leyen, President David Maria Sassoli, and President Charles Michel voicing their concerns about the EU Minimum Wage proposal. Download PDF

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