- Guarantee the smooth functioning of the single market, including the free movement of goods and services, both online and in the physical world.
- Help small and medium-sized businesses and start-ups grow, expand and employ more people, including through improved access to finance.
- Establish a level playing field across the single market and address distortive effects of foreign subsidies, in particular in relation to public procurement.
- Devise a comprehensive long-term strategy to help European industry lead the green and digital transition while ensuring fair competition.
- Ensure European industry's full input to climate-neutrality by 2050 and a circular economy.
- Enhancing Europe’s technological sovereignty by putting the right policies and investment in place eg in the areas of data, artificial intelligence, 5G, defence and space technology.
- Leading on a new Digital Services Act to reinforce the single market for digital services, clarify obligations of online platforms, and give smaller businesses legal clarity and a level playing field.
- Strengthen Europe’s cybersecurity, using certification, security of network and information systems, rapid emergency response strategies, and a joint Cyber Unit.
- Strengthen EU tools to prevent and counter disinformation and fake information online, while preserving freedom of expression, freedom of the press and media pluralism.
- Contribute to an updated Digital Education Action Plan to equip young people and adults with the skills they need for life and work in the digital age.
- Ensure EU intellectual property regime is coherent, competitive and fit for the digital age.
- Implement the European Defence Fund and the Action Plan on Military Mobility.
- Foster a strong and innovative space industry, maintaining the EU's autonomous, reliable and cost-effective access to space.
- Improve the crucial link between space, defence and security.
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European Commissioner for Internal Market
2019 - present
CEO of Atos
Professor (Leadership and corporate accountability), Harvard University
Minister for Economy, Finance and Industry
CEO of France Telecom
CEO of Thomson Multimedia
Director for Strategy and Development, then Director-General of Bull
Elected Vice-President of the Poitou-Charentes region