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News & Positions - January 2022

European Parliament’s position on Digital Services Act lacks ambition to seriously crack down on illegal goods

Brussels, 20 January 2022 – AIM, the European Brands Association, deplores the lack of ambition of the European Parliament’s position on the proposed Digital Services Act (DSA) adopted today in plenary. The overall vote will not protect consumers online, which...

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News & Positions - December 2021

EP rightly expands DMA scope to retailing and distribution activities of online gatekeepers

Brussels, 17 December 2021 – AIM, the European Brands Association, welcomes the inclusion by the European Parliament of retailing and distribution activities within ancillary services that may be provided by gatekeepers together with core platform services, in its position on the...

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News & Positions - December 2021

Industry calls for an EU harmonised system to provide consumers with understandable and clear sorting instructions for packaging waste

AIM, the European Brands Association, and 39 other trade associations representing multiple economic sectors, packaging manufacturers and retailer organisations launched today a joint position paper calling for an EU harmonised system for consumer sorting instructions. The revision of the Packaging...

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News & Positions - December 2021

AIM co-signs joint industry statement for harmonised and consistent EU due diligence frameworks

AIM, the European Brands Association, co-signed today a joint industry statement with 13 other industry associations calling on the European Commission to ensure harmonisation and consistency across due diligence frameworks for human rights and environmental protection. In their joint letter,...

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News & Positions - December 2021

IMCO favours platforms over EU consumers and legitimate businesses in report on Digital Services Act

Brussels, 14 December 2021 – AIM, the European Brands Association, deplores the overly pro-platform direction of the report adopted today by the European Parliament’s Internal Market and Consumer Protection (IMCO) Committee on the proposed Digital Services Act (DSA), leaving European...

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