Growth – Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs

News and events

Preparing for Brexit is not just a matter for EU and national authorities, but also for private parties. Businesses are reminded of legal repercussions which need to be considered.

The first-ever Europe-wide strategy on plastics, adopted on 16 January, is a part of the transition towards a more circular economy. It aims to protect the planet, defend our citizens and empower our industries.

Today, the Commission is tabling two legislative pro­pos­als to make it easier for companies to sell their prod­ucts across Europe and to strengthen controls to pre­vent unsafe products from being sold to con­sum­ers.

EU negotiators reached a provisional agreement last night to make prices for cross-border parcel delivery services more transparent and affordable and to increase regulatory oversight of the EU parcel market.

Commissioner, EU SME Envoy
The Single Market Strategy

The Single Market Strategy is the European Commission’s plan to unlock the full po­ten­tial of the Single Market, creating more opportunities for people and business.

Legislation and standards
Reports and consultations

Public consultations

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