Publications

September 2020
Consultation of the European Commission on a new competition tool
The European Commission is consulting stakeholders on the need to create a new competition tool
September 2020
Position on the revision of e-commerce directive in the context of the Digital Services Act
In the context of the Digital Services Act, the Commission intends to revise the Directive on electronic commerce. AFEP publishes its position on the DSA as contribution to the Commission public consultation on this proposal.
July 2020
Position on the EU climate ambition for 2030
Following the European Commission’s stakeholders consultation in view of the impact assessment on the EU climate ambition for 2030 , AFEP publishes its answers and additional comments to the Commission’s questionnaire
May 2020
AFEP position on the GDPR application report
AFEP answered to the European Commission’s public consultation on its roadmap for the report on the application of the general data protection regulation (GDPR), which will be made public by 25 May 2020.
May 2020
AFEP position on a possible European border carbon adjustment mechanism
In the context of the Commission work on a possible Border Carbon Adjustment mechanism, AFEP stresses its interest for an impact assessment on such a mechanism for certain particularly sensitive sectors
April 2020
AFEP Position on the revision of the ETS State Aid Guideline
In view of the revision in June 2020 of the State Aid guidelines implementing the Directive on the emission trading scheme (EU ETS), AFEP shares its position on the draft submitted by the European Commission (DG Competition).
March 2020
Position on the revision of the non-financial information reporting directive
The Non-Financial Reporting Directive requires large companies to publish regular reports on the social and environmental impacts of their activities.
February 2020
European policy options for companies’ Due Diligence
While being strongly committed to implementing CSR policies and due diligence practices through supply chains according to their values and international guidelines, large french companies believe that punitive legislation is neither an appropriate nor an efficient approach.
January 2020
Collective Redress : AFEP’s position in view of the trialogues