Orgalim Key Recommendations on the Single Market

Published: 30 May 2024

Policies & Issues: Internal Market - Product Safety Legislation, Internal Market - Compliance, Standards & Enforcement

The Orgalim policy agenda for a European high-tech manufacturing base identifies six key areas policymakers should prioritise during the 2024-2029 legislative cycle in order to unleash Europe’s high-tech manufacturing potential and make our net-zero future a reality:

  • Decrease the regulatory burden

  • Regain global leadership in research and innovation

  • Recommit to the single market

  • Make digital legislation work for manufacturing industries

  • Remove trade barriers

  • Ensure a competitive and secure energy supply

This paper will provide the technology industries’ key recommendations as regards the single market, arguably our greatest asset in the race to secure Europe’s long-term industrial competitiveness, generate wealth, safeguard jobs, and guarantee the net-zero transformation.

To read our recommendations in full, please download the document above.

Authors

Mondaca Gherardelli
Rocio Mondaca Gherardelli
Adviser - Internal Market

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