Publications

April 2022
Contribution to the European Commission’s consultation on the Listing Act
April 2022
Commission’s consultation on a right to repair – AFEP’s contribution
AFEP responded to the Commission's consultation on a right to repair in order to support more sustainable consumption
April 2022
AFEP comments on the proposal for an anti-coercion regulation
Large French companies convey their strong support to the proposed regulation on the protection of UE and its Member States from economic coercion by third States.
March 2022
AFEP comments on the ESAP (European Single Access Point)
AFEP responded to the European Commission’s consultation (“Have your say”) on a proposal for a regulation establishing a single access point to financial information. In its contribution, AFEP stresses the fact that ESAP should not generate additional costs for companies or increase their liability.
February 2022
Contribution to the European Commission’s consultation on strengthening the quality of corporate reporting
February 2022
Review of the Notice on relevant market definition – AFEP contribution
Review of the 1997 Notice on the definition of the relevant market for the purposes of Community competition law
February 2022
AFEP Priorities for the Trade and Technology Council Working Groups
Large French companies have welcomed the relaxation of trade tensions between the EU and the United States as well as the rebound in transatlantic cooperation that occurred in 2021, especially with the official launch of the Trade and Technology Council at the occasion of the Pittsburgh meeting last September. With a view to fueling bilateral discussions within the TTC working groups, French companies have listed their priorities on the basis of agreed roadmaps for each working group.
January 2022
AFEP positions on the priorities of the French presidency of the Council of the EU
France will take over the EU Council presidency on 1st January 2022. AFEP is seizing this opportunity to put forward its priorities to “create conditions for companies’ recovery in a sustainable, competitive and attractive Europe”.
January 2022
Position on the « Fit for 55 » Package: energy taxation (ETD), renewable energies (RED) and energy efficiency (EED)
French companies are engaged in the energy and climate transition. They therefore welcome the proposals in this package. They are particularly mindful that the proposed framework be able to trigger the unprecedented amount of investment needed for the transition, while maintaining economic activity within Europe.