At a recent meeting of the College of Commissioners, the European Commission (EC) discussed a new reflection paper on the future of the European Union’s (EU) finances, including how the Union can fund more with a reduced budget following the United Kingdom’s departure.
The European Commission (EC) recently released its European Semester 2017 Spring Package, which includes country-specific recommendations for taking advantage of sustained recovery and spurring increased sustainable growth.
The European Commission recently invited the European Parliament to vote on extending, expanding and reinforcing the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI), an initiative that has been dubbed EFSI 2.0.
The European Investment Fund (EIF) and Romania’s Raiffeisen Bank recently signed a COMSE agreement that will make $195.8 million available for loans to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the country.
Ukrainian citizens will soon be able to travel in the European Union for a 90-day stay over a 180-day period, following the European Commission’s adoption of a visa liberalization regulation for the country.
The European Commission (EC) recently proposed reforms for the European Union’s derivatives markets that it estimates could save participants up to $2.84 billion in operational costs and $7.54 billion in one-off costs.
European Union High Representative Federica Mogherini recently traveled to the United Nations (UN) headquarters in New York City to meet with key leaders and deliver her annual debrief to the UN Security Council.
Officials from the European Commission have said they will assess the results of the Turkish referendum and how its far-reaching constitutional amendments might affect the country’s European Union candidacy.
Citing concerns over a potential lack of competition, the European Commission (EC) recently prohibited a planned takeover of Cemex Croatia by HeidelbergCement and Schwenk joint venture company Duna Dráva Cement (DDC).