PM aide named SMEs ambassador in Brussels

Andreea Paul Vass, economic adviser to Prime Minister Emil Boc, was named ambassador of Romanian SMEs by the European Commission, as part of a wider network of envoys from each member state, tasked with helping reduce the administrative burden of small and medium sized enterprises. These envoys will be known under the generic names Mr. or Ms. SME, according to daily ‘Adevarul.’ They will take part in completing the Small Business Act, the European programme for SMEs. The new envoys have to make sure SMEs’ voices are heard by national and Brussels politicians and they will also make sure that EU legislation on SMEs is correctly applied and that national, regional and local policies are favourable to enterprises. The ambassadors will also have to consult with SMEs owners before promoting or trying to change a legal initiative. “I will carefully sift all legislation projects that affect SMEs, thus becoming their spokesperson,” Paul Vass told ‘Adevarul.’

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