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CDE: Rapid 20 de setembro

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COMUNICADO DE IMPRENSA

 

Lisboa, 20 de setembro de 2017

 

·      Acordo comercial UE-Canadá entra em vigor

No próximo dia 21 de setembro, quinta-feira, entra em vigor a título provisório o Acordo Económico e Comercial Global (CETA) entre a UE e o Canadá. A aplicação provisória do CETA no dia 21 de setembro segue-se à sua aprovação pelos Estados-Membros da UE, expressa no Conselho, e pelo Parlamento Europeu. No entanto, o acordo só entrará em vigor de forma definitiva e completa quando todos os Estados-Membros da UE o tiverem ratificado. A Comissão irá trabalhar com os Estados-Membros e o Canadá para assegurar a sua implementação gradual e eficaz.

 

·      Comissão cria fórum de peritos para superar obstáculos transfronteiriços

A fim de explorar integralmente o potencial económico das regiões fronteiriças da UE, onde vivem 150 milhões de cidadãos, a Comissão lança hoje o «Ponto de Contacto Fronteiriço». Presta apoio específico às regiões, a fim de as ajudar a eliminar os obstáculos ao emprego e ao investimento. Para as empresas, os trabalhadores e os estudantes, navegar entre diferentes sistemas administrativos e jurídicos continua a ser complexo e oneroso. Em consonância com o apelo do Presidente Juncker para assegurar a equidade no nosso mercado único no seu discurso sobre o Estado da União de 2017, o Ponto de Contacto Fronteiriço ajudará as regiões a cooperar melhor com um conjunto de ações concretas.

 

  • Creating a stronger and more integrated European financial supervision for the Capital Markets Union

European consumers, investors and businesses will benefit from stronger and more integrated financial markets, thanks to plans by the Commission to reform the EU's supervisory architecture. The European Commission is today proposing reforms to pave the way for further financial integration and a full Capital Markets Union, to promote jobs, growth and investments in Europe and to strengthen the Economic and Monetary Union. President Juncker underlined the importance of the Capital Markets Union, one of the Commission's flagship projects, in his State of the Union Address. The proposals also include steps to foster the development of financial technologies (FinTech) and to make sure that sustainability considerations are systematically taken into account in supervisory practices at the European level. Once adopted, the proposals will improve the mandates, governance and funding of the ESAs for banking (European Banking Authority, EBA), for securities and financial markets (European Securities and Markets Authority, ESMA), and for insurance and pensions (European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority, EIOPA). To ensure a uniform application of EU rules and promote a true Capital Markets Union, the proposals also entrust ESMA with direct supervisory power in specific financial sectors. In addition, the Commission is proposing targeted changes to the composition and organisation of the ESRB, which monitors stability risks for the financial system as a whole. For more information, please consult the press release, Q&A and factsheet.

 

  • Les exportations agro-alimentaires de l'Union Européenne se maintiennent à un haut niveau

Les derniers chiffres du commerce publiés aujourd'hui montrent que les exportations agro-alimentaires de l'Union Européenne se sont montées au mois de juillet 2017 à €11,3 milliards, soit une hausse de 7% par rapport au mois de juillet 2016. Les hausses les plus importantes de la valeur des exportations (en millions d'euros; en juillet 2016 comparé à juillet 2016) ont eu lieu vers les Etats-Unis (+194) et la Russie (+104 pour les produits non touchés par l'embargo russe). Les exportations ont en revanche fortement diminué vers l'Arabie Saoudite (-156), la Libye (-50) et les Emirats Arabes Unis (-40). En terme de secteur, les spiritueux et liqueurs ont le plus augmenté (+169) suivis par la poudre de lait (+107). Les importations agro-alimentaires de l'UE ont également subi une augmentation de 9% en valeur par-rapport au mois de juillet 2016. La balance commerciale agro-alimentaire de l'UE reste largement positive avec un surplus de plus de €2 milliards en juillet 2017. Le dernier rapport en ligne contient les chiffres complets des exportations et importations ainsi que l'aperçu des échanges agro-alimentaires sur les douze derniers mois.

 

 

 

Biblioteca: Mestrados / Library: Master's Degree

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TÍTULO: Plataforma de gestão de trails / José Francisco Teixeira Barros


COTA: T/M 004 BAR Pla

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TÍTULO: Plataforma de gestão de trails / José Francisco Teixeira Barros [Recurso eletrónico]


COTA: T/MCD-R 004 BAR Pla

 

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TÍTULO: Uma ferramenta interativa baseada em jogos para aprendizagem colaborativa / José Adriano Fernandes Faria


COTA: T/M 004 FAR Uma

 

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TÍTULO: Uma ferramenta interativa baseada em jogos para aprendizagem colaborativa / José Adriano Fernandes Faria [Recurso eletrónico]


COTA: T/MCD-R 004 FAR Uma

 

CDE: Rapid 21 de setembro

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COMUNICADO DE IMPRENSA

 

Lisboa, 21 de setembro de 2017

 

  • Juncker Plan set to trigger €236.1 billion across the EU

The Investment Plan for Europe - the so-called Juncker Plan - is now expected to trigger €236.1 billion in investments. Following this month's meeting of the European Investment Bank's (EIB) Board of Directors, operations approved under the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) now represent a total financing volume of €46.5 billion and are located in all 28 Member States. The EIB has approved 312 EFSI-backed operations, supported by €36.1 billion in EFSI financing. The European Investment Fund (EIF) has also approved 306 SME financing agreements, with total financing under the EFSI of €10.4 billion. Around 454,000 small and medium-sized businesses are expected to benefit from improved access to finance as a result of these EIF agreements. The European Commission and the EIB Group estimate that the EFSI has so far supported 300,000 jobs across the EU. By 2020 that figure should be 700,000. On 13 September, the European Parliament and Member States came to an agreement in principle on EFSI 2.0 - the extension and reinforcement of the European Fund for Strategic Investments. (For more information about the EFSI 2.0 agreement, see our EFSI 2.0 Q&A, and for more details on Investment Plan projects and results see the new and updated website). 

 

  • Commission sets out path towards fair taxation of the Digital Economy

The European Commission launched today a new EU agenda to ensure that the digital economy is taxed in a fair and growth-friendly way. The current tax framework does not fit with modern realities. The tax rules in place today were designed for the traditional economy and cannot capture activities which are increasingly based on intangible assets and data. As a result, the effective tax rate of digital companies in the EU is estimated to be half that of traditional companies – and often much less. At the same time, patchwork unilateral measures by Member States to address the problem threaten to create new obstacles and loopholes in the Single Market. The Communication adopted by the Commission today sets out the challenges Member States currently face when it comes to acting on this pressing issue and outlines possible solutions to be explored. The aim is to ensure a coherent EU approach to taxing the digital economy that supports the Commission's key priorities of completing the Digital Single Market and ensuring the fair and effective taxation of all companies. Today's Communication paves the way for a legislative proposal on EU rules for the taxation of profits in the digital economy, as confirmed by President Juncker in the 2017 State of the Union. Those rules could be set out as early as spring 2018. Today's paper should also feed into international work in this area, notably in the G20 and the OECD. For more information, please consult the press release and Q&A.

  • Commission acts to prevent mis-selling of insurance products

The Commission has today adopted rules to protect consumers when they buy insurance products in the EU. New rules on product oversight and governance will for the first time oblige insurers to prioritise the interest of consumers when designing, developing and distributing all insurance products from 2018 onwards. In addition, new conduct of business rules will ensure that consumers benefit from a high level of protection when they invest their savings in insurance-based investment products, such as certain types of life-insurance policies. Sellers of insurance products will have to comply with new standards on preventing and managing conflicts of interest, and on accepting commissions and payments from third parties (so-called "inducements"). The rules also set out which information sellers must gather from their customers when providing advice and in which cases investment products might be sold with limited advice or without advice. The implementing rules adopted today, in the form of two delegated regulations, stem from the Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD). They will enter into force on 23 February 2018 along with the IDD, following scrutiny by the European Parliament and the Council. They follow the adoption in August 2017 of an implementing technical standard (ITS) on the Insurance Product Information Document (IPID). More information is available online

 

 

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http://ec.europa.eu/portugal

 

Livros / Books: Novidades / News

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TÍTULO: Os Presidentes do Parlamento Português


COTA: 946.9 Pre

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TÍTULO: Os Presidentes do Parlamento Português


COTA: 946.9 Pre

 

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TÍTULO: Portuguese Africa : a handbook


COTA: 946.9 Por

 

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TÍTULO: Os capítulos da adesão


COTA: 32 Cap

 

CDE: Livros / EDC: Books

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TÍTULO: Relatório europeu sobre drogas : tendências e evoluções


COTA: UE 05 OEDT Rel

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TÍTULO: The 2017 EU justice scoreboard


COTA: UE 06 EUR Two

 

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TÍTULO: Relatório anual 2016 : panorama do ano


COTA: UE 06 TRI Rel

 
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