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västmanlands län bokstav It has been nine months since the British referendum and today the Prime Minister, Theresa May, has officially triggered article 50 and taken the first step towards the UK leaving the EU.

fläck på lungan vad kan det vara “We regret that the UK Government has decided to take this step” says Director-General of the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise, Carola Lemne, “This is the beginning of a process entailing great risks for our companies and bringing few positive aspects with it”.

offentlig förvaltning master For the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise, the main priority going forward is a stable and successful EU with a well-functioning Single Market and an openness to the rest of the world. However, within this framework, it is crucial to find an agreement that secures as close and smooth an economic deal as possible between the EU and the UK.  

bröstförstoring pris umeå A classical trade negotiation starts from a situation where barriers exist and the objective is to bring them down. With Brexit, the situation is the reverse as the starting point is free trade, openness and free movement, which is now to be restricted. The consequences of this are entirely dependent on the shape of the future deal. It is in the interest of both the UK and the EU to reach an agreement that causes as few restrictions to trade and investments as possible, and that ensures that citizens and companies on both sides are not affected unnecessarily harshly. The UK is Sweden’s fourth largest trading partner and there are 1,000 Swedish companies and 100 000 Swedish citizens present in the UK, so this is without doubt a Swedish interest.

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emma watson filmographie allociné Two years is a short time to establish a new relationship after 40 years of close co-operation. It necessitates that politicians on both sides can find constructive solutions that will work in the long-term. The limited time available is a risk in that it may mean quick and short-term decisions that are bad for business. Political deadlock may lead to long-term uncertainty and barriers to trade and investments that will have a negative effect on companies.

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The Nordic countries need to block EU assault on tax veto

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Artificial intelligence on everybody’s mind

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AI made in EU

änglar finns dom JOINT EFFORT The EU-commission has presented a joint effort with Member States to promote the development and use of artificial intelligence, AI, in Europe. To strengthen AI-technology and uptake in Europe is welcome. Swedish Enterprise believes that the conditions within Europe must be strengthened in order to successfully improve the global competitiveness of our companies. Here are our thoughts and proposals.
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Swedish expert represents European industry in expert group on AI

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What impact of the Social Pillar on EU prosperity?

The EU’s approach to social policy is currently changing. In November 2017, the European Pillar of Social Rights (the Social Pillar) was proclaimed as a visionary document setting up goals for an upward convergence in this area. In this year’s State of Union address, the president of the EU-commission Jean-Claude Juncker asserted that “It is time we turned the good intentions that we proclaimed at the Gothenburg Social Summit into law”. And, as a matter of fact, this process is well under way.
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The entrepreneurial perspective is being neglected in the EU digitalisation process

The digital single market is a hot topic in the EU right now. Sweden has plenty of confidence when it comes to digitalisation, which does by its nature transcends all borders. The government’s overall goal is for Sweden to be best in the world at using the opportunities offered by digitalisation. But unfortunately the entrepreneurial perspective usually comes second when the European countries attempts to create a digital inner market.
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American tariffs hurt Swedish and European industry

"President Trump’s decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports is very unfortunate. It will hurt Swedish industry both directly and indirectly", says Carola Lemne, Director General of the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise.
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The EU-commission wants to go big on AI

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EU – the clearest voice for free trade

In the beginning of May, the Free Market Road Show (FMRS) took place in Stockholm. Jens Hedström, Head of Brussels Office, International Director, Swedish Enterpriseblåsfisk sötvatten akvarium , was one of the panellists together with PJ Anders Linder, CEO Axess Foundation, the British economist Richard Teather among others.
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Sweden should oppose the digital tax proposals

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Controversial EU tax proposal on digital services causes concern for small exporting economies

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Protectionism only produces losers

The impact of globalisation has been positive for most of the world’s population. However, the economic integration of economies also accelerates change which puts increasing pressure on societies to be able to adapt to such change. We need to stand up for the clear advantages of globalisation, while making sure our societies have the flexibility necessary to adapt to rapid changes in technology and labor markets. These were the main conclusion at a seminar about free trade and globalization in times of protectionism, organized by The Society for Business and Politics in the European Parliament.
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Let’s talk about the losers of protectionism

European politicians have a big role to play in communicating why globalisation matters. We need politicians that are brave enough to talk about the losers of protectionism, not just the losers of globalisation, writes Carola Lemne.
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The European Commission: Swedish companies best at innovation

Within the framework for the European Commission’s EU Industry Day February 22-23 in Brussels, Teknikföretagen and RISE was chosen to present how Swedish enterprise and academy cooperate around invention under the headline TESTBED Europe, accelerating innovation and strengthening eco-systems. The seminar proved to be one of the events most popular, and gathered experts from all over Europe. The participants all agreed that Sweden is the leading example of innovation, but why?
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OECDs ambassadors meeting – act for growth and prosperity

January 19th marked the date for BIACs annual meeting with the ambassadors of OECD. This year’s theme was ”Business priorities for OECD action: a call for growth and prosperity” and tackled subjects like entrepreneurship, multilateral framework for trade, tax and investments, creating opportunities for business to create the jobs of the future and developing high quality regulation that strengthens businesses competitiveness. 
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Trilogue negotiations – striking the right balance between transparency and efficiency

A trilogue is just what it sounds like – a dialogue between three parties. In a European context the three parties in question are the European parliament, the European Commission and the Council. There are advantages to these trilogues; it’s a quicker decision process which can be used ad hoc with the three most important parties present. But the opposition is growing against the increased frequency, particularly because of lack of transparency that trilogues entail.
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Entrepreneurship crucial for successful companies in Europe

We need a holistic perspective to be able to create a better European ecosystem for entrepreneurs. Innovation is not enough, the products must be commercialised and reach the market if companies are to be able tocreate growth.
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A framework for free flow of non-personal data in the European Union

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Nordic labour market models and the Social Pillar – complementary or colliding?

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Connected consumers: risk or opportunity?

New technology and data-driven innovation create new business models and services that enable companies to help their customers by adjusting their products and become more relevant. At the same time, access to and analysis of data challenges the personal integrity and the view of how integrity should best be safeguarded. How shall development of new services and personalisation be balanced with demands of personal integrity? Do consumers have access to relevant information? And who is responsible for what?