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2017 European Semester: Autumn Package
The European Commission sets out the EU's economic and social priorities for the year ahead, confirms the need to move towards a more positive fiscal stance ...
The Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) will allow customers to make euro payments throughout Europe as easily, securely and efficiently as they do today within ...
Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) - guide
SEPA, the Single Euro Payments Area, went live on 28 January 2008 and European banks formally launched the first SEPA payment instrument for credit transfers. ...
The European Commission has published a major study into the costs, benefits and opportunities created by SEPA (the Single Euro Payments Area) which was ...
Reforming Services: What Policies Warrant Attention? - ECIPE Policy Brief No. 1/2017
Economic growth in the European Union has been low for more than a decade now. While some of the poor performance can be explained by the crisis, the sustained ...
De minimis Regulation for services of general economic interest (SGEI)
Commission Regulation of 25.4.2012 on the application of Articles 107 and 108 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union to de minimis aid granted ...
Stabilisation and Association Agreements : frequently asked questions
As the number of countries running excessive budgetary deficits diminishes, the European Commission believes it is of the utmost importance that national ...
Regulation on transparency of securities financing transactions and of reuse
Following a vote in the European Parliament, new EU rules are set to improve the transparency of certain financial transactions and help supervisors and ...
Revised shareholders' rights directive
The European Parliament approved on 14 March a report on the revision of the EU shareholders' rights directive. The final adoption step will take place in the ...
Proposal for a Regulation on Short Selling and Credit Default Swaps - guide
The European Commission has adopted a proposal for a regulation on short selling and certain aspects of Credit Default Swaps (CDS). Its main objectives are to ...
Simplifying access to European Structural and Investment Funds
The European Commission announced on 9 June its intention to create a High Level Group on simplification. Its aim is to reduce the administrative burden for ...
EU Economic governance "Six-Pack" - guide
On 13th December 2011, the reinforced Stability and Growth Pact (SGP) enters into force with a new set of rules for economic and fiscal surveillance. These new ...
Alert Mechanism Report on macroeconomic imbalances in EU Member States - guide
The EU’s new rules on economic governance, the so-called "six-pack" has two legs: fiscal and macroeconomic surveillance. The macroeconomic imbalances procedure ...
Slovak economic boom, 2009 euro entry on track
Slovakia's economy is on track for further growth and should meet adoption criteria for the euro early 2009, the OECD said on Thursday.
This site will help you to apply for finance supported by the European Union. To access EU finance, click on your country to locate banks or venture capital ...
Tackling smuggling and fraud in excise goods: EU report
Around 816 million cigarettes and 240,000 litres of alcohol were seized by EU customs over a 10 month period in 2013, a report published by the Commission on ...
The solvency margin is the amount of regulatory capital an insurance undertaking is obliged to hold against unforeseen events. Solvency margin requirements ...
Solvency II Quantitative Impact Study (QIS5) - guide
The Solvency II Directive, adopted by the European Parliament and the Council in 2009 and to be implemented by 1 January 2013, has set the framework for the ...
'Solvency II' will introduce economic risk-based solvency requirements across all EU Member States for the first time. These new solvency requirements will be ...
Solvency II guide
The European Commission on 10 July 2007 proposed a ground-breaking revision of EU insurance law designed to improve consumer protection, modernise supervision, ...
The Joint Office for South East Europe was set up in 1999 to support the European Commission and the World Bank in their Joint role as coordinators of ...
Sovereign wealth funds and financial stability - guide
The European Commission has today adopted communications on sovereign wealth funds and on adapting European and global financial systems to better promote ...
The Survey of Professional Forecasters (SPF) from the European Central Bank is a quarterly survey of expectations for the rates of inflation, real GDP growth ...
Economic growth in the European Union is benefitting from positive economic tailwinds. According to the European Commission's Spring 2015 Economic Forecast, ...
European Economic Forecast – Spring 2012
The European Union's economy is currently in a mild recession. But a gradual recovery is in sight. Uncertainty about economic and financial prospects remains ...
Growth rates for the EU and the euro area beat expectations in 2017 to reach a 10-year high at 2.4%. Growth is set to remain strong in 2018 and ease only ...
European Economic Forecast - Spring 2010
The Commission issued on 5 May its spring economic forecasts. The economic recovery is underway in the EU, although it is set to be a gradual one. The economic ...
EU Macro-economic forecasts: growth moderates, price pressures a worry but, overall, EU weathers external headwinds rather well.
The Commission issued on 4 May its spring economic forecast. In short, the EU economy is in the midst of its deepest and most widespread recession in the ...
Growth outlook raised - unemployment and public accounts to improve further as growth stays solid - The economic prospects look even brighter than six months ...
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Time to speed up climate action
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