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Ruth Paserman | Member of Cabinet of Vice-President Antonio Tajani, European Commissioner for Industry and Entrepreneurship

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EU’s Industrial Policy for the globalisation era: From knowledge to competitiveness

EU’s Industrial Policy for the globalisation era: From knowledge to competitiveness

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  • 1. An Integrated Industrial Policy for the Globalisation Era
  • 2. Importance of industry
    • Manufacturing industry and associated services creates wealth and jobs through high productivity
    • More than 50% of private sector employment
    • 75% of exports and 80% of R&D
    • Industry solution-provider to tackle societal challenges
  • 3. A fresh approach to Industrial Policy
    • Promoting competitiveness and sustainability
    • Integrating full range of EU policies
    • Member States: improving the business environment
    • Regular reporting competitiveness policies and performance
  • 4. Key actions
    • Improving the business environment
    • Strengthening the Single Market
    • Industrial innovation strategy
    • Promoting Sustainability
    • Facilitating industrial change
    • Capitalising on globalisation
    • Improving sectoral policy frameworks
    • Member State competitiveness
  • 5. Improving the business environment
    • Smart Regulation:
      • competitiveness-proofing
      • ex post fitness checks
    • Improving Access to finance
      • SME finance
      • Impact of financial reforms
  • 6. Strengthening the Single Market
    • Single Market
      • Improving market surveillance
      • Creating a market for business services
      • IPR enforcement
    • Improving infrastructure
      • address transport and energy bottlenecks
      • continue to liberalise energy markets
    • Faster standardisation
  • 7. Industrial innovation policy
    • More timely development and commercialisation of technologies
    • Innovation in traditional manufacturing
    • E-skills for advanced users
    • Encouraging clusters and better cross-border co-operation
  • 8. Promoting Sustainability
    • Develop 2050 Low Carbon Roadmap
    • Monitor voluntary industry initiatives
    • Sustainable Industrial Policy: eco-design
    • Eco-innovation
    • Energy-intensive industries
    • Raw material initiative
  • 9. Facilitating industrial change
    • Mainly responsibility of social partners
    • Consult on European framework for restructuring
    • Globalisation Adjustment Fund
    • Cohesion policy and Structural Funds
    • Rescue/restructuring Guidelines
  • 10. Capitalising on Globalisation
    • Impact assessment of trade negotiation mandates and ex post analysis
    • Pursue market access and close monitoring of partner trade policies
    • International regulatory co-operation
    • Closer relationship with neighbourhood
    • Strategy on access to raw materials
  • 11. Targeted Approach to Sectors
    • Space policy
    • Clean and energy-efficient vehicles
    • Health and Pharmaceuticals
    • Sustainable construction
    • Bio-based markets
    • Chemicals and construction innovation
    • Cultural and creative industries
  • 12. Governance - 1
    • Annual report on EU and MS industrial competitiveness and performance
    • Quantitative approach:
      • Most relevant, available and timely indicators covering all dimensions of competitiveness
      • 27 country profiles compare national performances with EU averages (measured in standard deviations).
    • Qualitative approach:
      • 27 country chapters with a detailed analysis based on quantitative and qualitative information.
  • 13. Governance - 2
    • Horizontal chapter with key findings for all competitiveness dimensions
    • Peer reviews and good practice on:
      • Competitiveness-proofing/ smart regulation
      • Small businesses through SBA
      • Access to finance
      • Market surveillance and IPR enforcement
      • Key enabling technologies
      • Environmental technologies
  • 14. The processes - 1
    • Europe 2020:
      • contribute to the Annual Growth Survey for the next Spring European Council (December 2010 - January 2011)
      • Member States present their structural policies in the framework of their National Reform Programmes in April 2011
      • contribute to the integrated economic surveillance (April –June 2011 )
  • 15. The processes - 2
    • Industrial Competitiveness (article 173 TFEU)
      • Draw and adopt implementation plans for the exchange of best practice and peer reviews – start implementation
      • Fact finding missions in Member States
      • Assessment of National Reform Programmes
      • 2011 Report to Council on Member States competitiveness and on progress made under the Industrial policy flagship (November 2011)
      • Council issues «guidelines» on industrial policy