Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

Personal tools
Sections
You are here: Home topics commission European Commission
Document Actions

European Commission

Latest news and information from the European Commission.

EU 'mobility package' targets road transport 01 June 2017, 00:59 CET
The Commission laid out plans Wednesday to modernise European mobility and transport, aiming for a transition to clean energy and digitalisation that is 'social fair' as well as remaining competitive.

EU maps out road to deeper Monetary Union 01 June 2017, 01:01 CET
Following on from its White Paper on the Future of Europe earlier this year, the EU Commission set out Wednesday potential options for deepening Europe's Economic and Monetary Union.

Brussels proposes EUR 161 bn EU Budget for 2018 31 May 2017, 00:29 CET
The EU Commission proposed Tuesday a draft EU budget for 2018 of EUR 161 billion with a focus on job creation, especially for young people, and a boost to growth and strategic investments.

Article 50 talks with the United Kingdom - documents 22 May 2017, 23:16 CET
The European Commission's transparency policy for the Brexit negotiations aims to ensure full transparency during the whole negotiating process. Commission negotiating documents which are shared with EU Member States, the European Council, the European Parliament, the Council, national parliaments, and the United Kingdom will be released to the public and will be published here. These documents include, but are not limited to: Agendas for negotiating rounds; EU position papers; Non-papers; EU text proposals.

Barnier urges transparency and trust in Brexit talks 17 May 2017, 23:43 CET
Speaking to a European Parliament plenary session which underlined the EU's united approach, chief negotiator Michel Barnier called for transparency and trust in the upcoming Brexit talks with the UK.

Quick, painless Brexit talks an illusion: Barnier 03 May 2017, 14:51 CET
Michel Barnier, the EU's chief Brexit negotiator, said Wednesday it was an illusion that Brexit would have no material impact on people's lives or that talks could be concluded quickly and painlessly.

Taskforce on Article 50 negotiations with the United Kingdom 03 May 2017, 14:47 CET
European Commission task force in charge of preparing and conducting the negotiations with the UK, taking into account the framework of its future relationship with the European Union.

Commission draft negotiating directives for Article 50 negotiations with the UK - Q&A 03 May 2017, 14:43 CET
Q&A on the European Commission's draft negotiating directives for Article 50 negotiations with the United Kingdom, adopted on 3 May 2017.

EU debates options for the future of Europe 02 March 2017, 12:52 CET
President of the EU Commission Jean-Claude Juncker presented a White Paper to the European Parliament Wednesday outlining five possible paths for the EU to take in the coming years post-Brexit.

Germany can do more to help eurozone, says EU 23 February 2017, 22:35 CET
With its persistently high current account surplus, Germany could do more to help the eurozone economy, the European Commission said Wednesday in its annual analysis of EU Member States' economies.

Comitology Procedure Reforms 15 February 2017, 00:41 CET
The European Commission proposed on 14 February to amend the EU's Comitology Regulation, increasing transparency and accountability in the procedures for implementation of EU legislation.

Brussels proposes changes to EU decision-making process 15 February 2017, 00:40 CET
The EU Commission proposed Tuesday to EU's decision-making process, in a bid to increase transparency and accountability in procedures for implementing EU legislation.

High uncertainty surrounds EU growth forecasts 15 February 2017, 00:27 CET
The economy in Europe will continue a resilient recovery, according to the EU's winter forecast, but uncertainty from the U.S. and from Brexit is likely to muddy choppy waters.

Canada-EU talks mull trade investment court 14 December 2016, 00:03 CET
The EU Commission and Canada co-hosted Tuesday the first exploratory discussions with government representatives from around the world on establishing a multilateral investment court.

Brexit talks could be over by October 2018 06 December 2016, 13:57 CET
Negotiations with the United kingdom over withdrawal from the European Union could be over in 18 months, the EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said on Tuesday.

Brexit, political uncertainty reel back EU growth forecasts 10 November 2016, 11:23 CET
The EU Commission trimmed its growth forecast for the European economy Wednesday, with political uncertainty, Brexit and weak global trade weighing on growth prospects.

Commission outlines work programme for 2017 26 October 2016, 13:39 CET
The Juncker Commission presented its third annual Work Programme Tuesday, aiming to "deliver a Europe that protects, empowers and defends", and a focus on the big challenges that Europe faces.

EU needs better spending to regain citizens' trust 17 October 2016, 22:51 CET
The new president of the EU's Court of Auditors has called on the EU to improve its accounts by delivering better value for money and more transparency, and ensure its financial rules are correctly applied.

Brussels conference pledges support for Afghanistan 06 October 2016, 19:34 CET
An international conference has pledged support worth a total of EUR 13.6 bn, cementing a 'partnership for prosperity and peace' between the Afghan government and the international community.

EU-Afghanistan relations 05 October 2016, 17:54 CET
The European Union has a long-term partnership with Afghanistan. Since 2002, the European Union has provided EUR 3.66 billion in development and humanitarian aid, making it the fourth largest donor in support of the Afghan people. Afghanistan is also the largest beneficiary of EU development assistance; together with its Member States, the European Union contributes more than EUR 1 billion in development assistance per year to Afghanistan.

Lobbyists register to be mandatory for all EU institutions 29 September 2016, 19:57 CET
The Commission proposed Wednesday that its 'Transparency Register' evolve into a mandatory system covering all EU institutions.

Brussels consults on tax haven blacklist 15 September 2016, 22:43 CET
The EU Commission has released a first list of countries suspected of facilitating tax avoidance, leaving EU Member States to choose which countries deserve closer scrutiny of their taxation practices.

Juncker sets up Task Force for Brexit talks 15 September 2016, 12:22 CET
Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has set up a Task Force to prepare for and conduct negotiations with the United Kingdom over leaving the European Union under under Article 50.

State of the Union: Juncker addresses EU's key challenges 14 September 2016, 20:47 CET
In his 2016 State of the Union address to the European Parliament, EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker said the Union was facing key challenges of populism, unemployment and social injustice.

Commission confirms Spain, Portugal missed budgetary targets 12 July 2016, 00:09 CET
The European Commission confirmed Thursday that Spain and Portugal will not correct their excessive deficit by recommended deadlines, and that they risk financial sanctions.