PSD Member of the European Parliament Maria da Graça Carvalho defended in a debate in the European Parliament this Monday that “combat bureaucracy and reduce company administrative costs” must be “one of the great goals of the European Parliament”. The strategy for SMEs has made progress in the communications agency that cooperates with the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
In a statement, it was explained that in a debate with the European Commissioner for Employment and Social Rights Nicolas Schmidt (Nicolas Schmidt), the former Minister of Science, Technology and Higher Education wanted to know what the European Commission did in this regard, especially In the new legislative package on artificial intelligence, digital services and the digital single market.
To quote Nicholas Schmidt, “The committee is firmly committed to continuing to reduce red tape, reduce and simplify regulations, and make them as cost-effective as possible for SMEs.” The European Commissioner also assured that if these obstacles cannot be eliminated, the European Commission will “systematically test SMEs in impact studies and seek improvement,” the communiqué reads.
The People’s Party of Europe (PPE) group to which PSD belongs to defend the goal of reducing the administrative costs currently faced by SMEs by at least 30%.
Maria da Graça Carvalho pointed out three other very important conditions to ensure the recovery of European companies, especially small and medium-sized enterprises: “Investment includes creating conditions so that everyone can obtain investment. Innovation, as a promoter of economic recovery and adapting to green And the dual transformation of digitalization. E internal market, including digital internal market. We need a cohesive internal market, not fragmentation,” he emphasized.