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Conclusions de la réunion hebdomadaire de la Commission Juncker de Jyrki Katainen, vice-président de la CE, et de Vytenis Andriukaitis, membre de la CE
On 12 December 2017, Jyrki Katainen, Vice-President of the EC in charge of Jobs, Growth, Investment and Competitiveness, and Vytenis Andriukaitis, Member of the EC in charge of Health and Food Safety, presented the the read-out of the weekly meeting of the Juncker Commission, at the EP in Strasbourg, France. The first topic addressed was the successful conclusion of the final discussions on the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement. The second topic was the proposal of modernised partnership with Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific countries.The third topic was the proposal to close information gaps by upgrading EU information systems for security, border and migration management and making them work together in a smarter and more efficient way. The next one was the EC recognition of the U.S. government's interest to reform its domestic tax system and it is committed to tackling tax pays erosion and profit shifting. However, said Jyrki Katainen, the draft U.S. tax bill as it stood on that moment contained elements that could leave to unfair trade practices incompatible with WTO rules as well as existing double taxation treaties.The 5th topic was the final adoption of EFSI II [European Fund for Strategic Investments ], which means that the life time of EFSI has been extended by the end of 2020 and also its financial capacity has been increased significantly.The final topic was the EC's response to the European Citizens' Initiative (ECI) "Ban glyphosate and protect people and the environment from toxic pesticides" and its commitment to presenting a legislative proposal in 2018, to further increase the transparency and quality of studies used in the scientific assessment of substances. Following a thorough scientific assessment of all available data on glyphosate concluding that there is no link between glyphosate and cancer in humans, and a positive vote by Member States' representatives on 27 November 2017, the Commission adopted a renewal of the approval of glyphosate for 5 years. In addition, the EC announced measures to make the process to authorise, restrict or ban the use of pesticides more transparent in the future. The Communication set out the way forward: it provided a detailed explanation of EU rules on pesticides, and announced a legislative proposal for spring 2018 to enhance the transparency, quality and independence of scientific assessments of substances.This video shows the entire read-out of the weekly meeting of the Juncker Commission by Jyrki Katainen and Vytenis Andriukaitis.

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