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Jens Hedström, Head of the Brussels Office at Confederation of Swedish Enterprise
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lampa fönster vardagsrum The Confederation of Swedish Enterprise and BusinessEurope remain active in working to impact the EU’s agenda for the future. Sweden will host the EU informal summit that the EU Commission is planning for Gothenburg on 17 November. This will be themed ‘Fair jobs and Growth,’ but for the EU to remain competitive and united, the views of the entrepreneurial sector must always be included.

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buenos aires steakhouse göteborg Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni, accepted the BusinessEurope ‘Declaration from the Business Community on the Occasion of the 60th Anniversary’ during the recent celebration in Rome, which included the message: “The EU builds freedom, democracy, and the Internal Market. We cannot resolve all the EU’s problems today, but we can map out  a positive future. Brexit has given us an opportunity to react. A two-speed EU may not be permitted to cause division, we move forward while we leave the door open for more Member States to join in future. The EU must also expand its global role. The role of the business community is vital for growth, free trade, and also for social inclusion,” he said.

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skilsmässan är sannolikt lika gammal som äktenskapet Eva Nordmark, President of Swedish Confederation of Professional Employees, said in Rome that she was looking forward to the meeting in Gothenburg emphasizing the it should focus on the social dialogue and social security in all Member States. This is necessary to enable making use of the many global opportunities. We need to invest in digitalisation, and we need EU initiatives that lead to growth throughout the Union.

varmt på cypern i oktober The labour market parties are invited to the Gothenburg meeting and the business community is clear: “The road forward is with an EU that builds on its original idea -- that of openness, trade, and economic integration. An EU that concentrates on measures that provide a genuine added value for its members. An EU that shows it is competitive -- not protectionist -- that is the the way to sustainable prosperity in a globalized world, concluded Mr. Hedström.

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