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90% of the growth is generated outside the Union

European entrepreneurs ask for less red tape to the EU


Nearly 800 entrepreneurs from 45 European countries today expressed their concerns to policy makers in the European Parliament, where they called on the European Union (EU) less red tape and considered that the Community market does not let companies operate freely.
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"We need more free trade agreements and less bureaucracy," noted Christoph Leilt, president of the Platform for Global Trade and European Parliament rapporteur Business, an event hosted today by the Association of European Chambers of Commerce (Eurochambres) attended 54 Spanish representatives.

Among them, the president of the Superior Council of Chambers of Commerce of Spain, Manuel Teruel, who told Efe that "Europe has lost competitiveness against emerging countries" and should be able to reinvent by key factors such as new technologies and internationalization of companies.

"Today the market is all over the world and compete against all," Teruel said underlining the need for funds and policies exist to help small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to go outside, because, in his view, "the way to gain size and be competitive is through internationalization. "

He also suggested that Europe "must rethink how to make a qualitative leap in innovation and technology to distance themselves from imitators countries" and expressed fear that costs and society are reduced have to give up social achievements of formulas "that no wants "to become more competitive.

According to Eurochambres, 90% of the growth is generated outside the Union, which requires companies to expand beyond the borders in order to compete with the rest.

In this sense, the Spanish businessman and president of the Chamber of Commerce of Navarra, Javier Taberna, said that "the internationalization of SMEs is the key factor to reactivate economic activity in the EU."

Other participants from countries such as Germany, Austria, Italy and the UK raised common problems such as excessive bureaucracy at the national level, the low share of women managers in business, the guarantees offered by European standards or the exploitation of children in developing countries development.

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