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EC: Commissioner Moedas meets Japanese Science Minister Takuya Hirai
Carlos Moedas, Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation, met today Takuya Hirai, the Japanese Minister of State for Science and Technology Policy. They agreed that the latest developments in...
03 May 2019 - Read more
EU-US trade talks move forward, but problems remain
The European Commission has given the green light for trade talks with the United States to begin, but the real difficulties are yet to come. The European Commission’s consultation on the EU-US Tr...
29 Apr 2019 - Read more
Participation of CLEPA at the 2nd EU-Japan EPA Forum in Milan
The 2nd EU-Japan EPA Forum will be held on May 16-17, 2019 Hotel Principe Di Savoia in Milan. Sigrid de Vries, Secretary General of CLEPA, will brief the audience with insights on the EU-Japan ‘s...
26 Apr 2019 - Read more
Reasserting the differentiators of European competitiveness – CLEPA Newsletter Editorial April 2019
What are the key differentiators if Europe wants to stay competitive in the global arena? How to lead in an age where complexity reigns, and where efforts – research and investments, both public a...
25 Apr 2019 - Read more
Women Automotive Summit in Stuttgart
An event about women in the automotive industry; but not just for women...    Many companies have their own initiatives to promote diversity, but there is still much to be done. As opening...
23 Apr 2019 - Read more
Over 60 applications received for the CLEPA Innovation Awards’ 4th edition
The fourth edition of the CLEPA Innovation Awards has closed with over 60 applications from companies of all sizes! The contest, supported by Deloitte, highlights the outstanding and innovative achiev...
23 Apr 2019 - Read more
Materials Regulations Event: Only three weeks left for registrations
Worldwide experts will be discussing REACH, IMDS, GADSL, ELV and Brexit matters at the largest conference on Materials Regulation in Europe. Organised by CLEPA, along with the support of DXC, this eve...
22 Apr 2019 - Read more
Capital Markets Union: European Parliament backs key measures to boost jobs and growth
The Commission welcomes the European Parliament's final votes on legislation putting in place the building blocks of a Capital Markets Union (CMU). This adoption of a substantial number of proposals...
19 Apr 2019 - Read more
Parliament adopts ambitious new CO2 standards for trucks
The European Parliament formally adopted today the first-ever EU Regulation on CO2 emission standards for heavy-duty vehicles. Manufacturers will have to reduce average carbon emissions by 15% by 2025...
18 Apr 2019 - Read more
EP: Mobility Package sets new rules to encourage the public procurement of clean vehicles
The European Parliament today voted in favour of two ‘Europe on the Move' – initiatives: on trade facilitation in maritime transport and clean vehicles in public procurement.   The pro...
18 Apr 2019 - Read more
Statement by Commissioner Moedas on the European Parliament’s vote on Horizon Europe
The European Parliament endorsed today the provisional agreement reached by the co-legislators on Horizon Europe, the EU research and innovation programme for the next budget period from 2021 to 2027....
17 Apr 2019 - Read more
EC JRC: Hydrogen use in EU decarbonisation scenarios
A new JRC factsheet collects evidence on the future use of hydrogen in all EU energy consuming sectors, based on comparisons of deep decarbonisation energy scenarios. Furthermore, the factsheet gives...
17 Apr 2019 - Read more
C-ITS delegated act has been approved by the European Parliament
The European Parliament approved the delegated act on C-ITS today. The delegated act is pragmatic and technology neutral: It defines regulatory requirements now while ensuring a framework for future...
17 Apr 2019 - Read more
JRC Study: Is the Commission’s Better Regulation Agenda making EU regulation better?
The great majority of the authors who have analysed the Commission's Better Regulation Agenda welcome the ambition of the reforms and see them as further strengthening the EU's regulatory system. &...
16 Apr 2019 - Read more
Parliament formally adopts important update of vehicle safety standards
The European Parliament today adopted the revision of the General Safety Regulation (GSR) during its final plenary session. The GSR will make mandatory a set of safety measures for vehicles over the c...
16 Apr 2019 - Read more
Council of the EU:  Adopted negotiating directives for trade agreements with the US
The Council of the EU has adopted today, the decisions authorising the opening of negotiations of agreements with the US and related negotiating directives on the elimination of tariffs for industrial...
15 Apr 2019 - Read more
European Commission welcomes Council’s green light to start negotiations with the United States
The European Commission welcomes today's decision by the Council to adopt the negotiating directives for trade talks with the United States, thus continuing to deliver on the implementation of the Joi...
15 Apr 2019 - Read more
C-ITS delegated act: five facts
Automotive suppliers support both ITS-G5 and 5G CLEPA represents over 3,000 companies supplying state-of-the-art components and innovative technology for safe, smart and sustainable mobility,...
15 Apr 2019 - Read more
DRIVES Project: Third edition of its newsletter released
In edition #3 of the DRIVES Newsletter, Mr. Niculae Bădălău, the Romanian Minister of Economy briefly shares the strategic vision of the Romanian Presidency of the EU Council for the automotive...
13 Apr 2019 - Read more
EU-China Summit: Rebalancing the strategic partnership
The 21st EU-China Summit took place on 9 April in Brussels, providing a forum for engagement at the highest level and for advancing the relationship as regards the bilateral and multilateral agendas....
10 Apr 2019 - Read more
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