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The companies chosen will mainly include SMEs, together with at least one larger firm, and will be located in cours textile habillement number of different Member States, including at least one new Member State. In addition, at least two importers of textiles of Asian origin will be added to the selection.

The main areas of the impact assessment study on the textile industry will include: In addition to the impact assessment, the REACH Implementation Project number 3 will develop guidance documents for downstream user industries, cours textile habillement the textiles industry.

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These documents will include guidance on Downstream User requirements, Chemical Safety Reports including the development of exposure scenariosand the requirements for articles. The development of these documents will be undertaken by consultants, supported by Stakeholder Expert Groups involving representatives of all relevant stakeholders including industry, member states, and NGOs.

Launch in Octoberto be completed within six months. Autumn - Competition cours textile habillement retail structures The increasingly oligopolistic retail structures prevalent in the EU potentially create the risk of producing anti-competitive effects which need cours textile habillement be effectively addressed.

It is well known that associations and companies have the right to file complaints with the competent competition authorities against practices they consider to be potentially anti-competitive.

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In some instances, however, SMEs in particular might be reluctant to pursue this line, for fear of retaliatory measures by stronger market participants, despite the fact that their complaints are treated confidentially.

In addition to ex post enforcement, it is therefore important to monitor market developments and at an early stage to identify situations where the anti-competitive effects of business strategies might outweigh their pro-competitive gains for the sector as a whole.

This applies both to the Commission and to national competition authorities, as Member States are entitled to apply tighter national rules for preventing competition problems caused by unilateral conduct than those of cours textile habillement Commission when it applies Article 82 of the EC Treaty.

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Undertake a study on the current abuses of unfair practices of retailers, and surveillance of companies whose market position creates economic dependency. The Commission Services welcome further analysis of the pro- and anti-competitive effects of retailers' business strategies in particular towards industry suppliers.

Practices to be assessed could include the conduct of reverse auctions and the risk that these cours textile habillement turn into sham auctions, as noted by cours textile habillement HLG.

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The Cours textile habillement Services will investigate, together with the public authorities of the Member States and stakeholders, whether a study should be launched to address such issues and by whom it should be conducted.

The latter point is of particular importance, as national rules might be stricter in this field than Community competition law, not the least because many potentially anti-competitive practices take place at national level, a fact which needs to be duly taken into account.

L As regards the question of surveillance of companies whose market position creates or might create unilateral conduct, the Commission notes that Article 82 of the EC Treaty cours textile habillement sufficient safeguards to investigate practices by dominant firms should they abuse their market position.

Dominance, however, is not as such prohibited. As the practical application of Article 82 is currently being reviewed by the Commission Services, stakeholders will be able to comment further on this issue at later stages of the review procedure, should the Commission decide to produce guidelines or similar documents that further cours textile habillement its approach under Article A study could be launched in The Commission Services take note of this cours textile habillement by stakeholders, while observing, however, that they regard the current EU legal framework on competition as being fully able to address now and in the future potential competition problems at Community level.

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While the Commission Services recognise that a code of conduct on other questions, including unfair competition related to mainly national practices, could have benefits, as exemplified by national initiatives of this kind, it emphasises that any such network cours textile habillement to respect itself cours textile habillement competition rules, notably under Articles 81 and 82 of the EC Treaty.

The Commission will safeguard, if need be, the full respect of European legislation on this matter. Access to finance Besides the prevalent low level of own capital resources in the sector, European textile and clothing companies have a rather poor image when perceived by the banking sector.

Banks have insufficient information concerning the sector's strengths such as innovative potential, international orientation or the development of new products and solutions e. A large number of companies, and SMEs in particular, face difficulties in obtaining access to finance and especially to credit, and find their banks increasingly reluctant to help them.

Moreover, a general lack of knowledge about existing EU and national financial instruments and how to access them persists amongst companies in the sector.

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The evaluation highlighted the delivery mechanisms via the European Investment Fund as cours textile habillement a best practice which could be widely used elsewhere throughout the Commission. The results of the survey, including cours textile habillement overview of EU financial instruments, are available on the "Europa" website [18].

In order to increase the awareness and knowledge of SMEs in all sectors about rating criteria the Commission Services will provide a guide for SMEs, advising them how to deal with banks in the context of the new rating environment resulting from the Basle II agreement.



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