Feb 16

European Commission presents work programme for 2015

On 16 December 2014 European Commission Presi-dent Jean-Claude Juncker presented the Commission’s 2015 work programme. Among the ten policy priori-ties, the most relevant ones are new boost for jobs, growth and investment; a resilient energy union with a forward-looking climate change policy; a deeper and fairer internal market with a strengthened indus-trial base; and a reasonable and balanced free trade agreement with the United States.
Better regulation is one of the key principles of the new Commission. The work programme announced a cumulative cost assessment for the glass and ceram-ics industry for 2015. The objective of this assessment is to analyse the impact of certain EU legislation on profit margins and international competitiveness in these industries. Additionally, a fitness check of EU legislation impacting the construction sector in the areas of internal market and energy efficiency will be conducted.

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