Crisis instrument: Schwab wants fewer obligations for companies

The rapporteur for the Single Market Emergency Instrument (SMEI), Andreas Schwab (CDU), wants to give the authorities fewer intervention powers in the event of a crisis than envisaged by the EU Commission. Instead, he wants to strengthen the self-responsibility of companies. This comes from the explanatory notes to his report, to be published soon. The notes are available to Table.Media.

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