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European Commission’s Economic Quarterly on Montenegro 4Q 2019

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EU Candidate Countries’ & Potential Candidates’ Economic Quarterly - Montenegro data The European Commission has published the EU Candidate Countries’ & Potential Candidates’ Economic Quarterly (CCEQ). Here are the Montenegro data: Key developments mentioned in the quarterly report: On 11 October, the government called a pre-qualification tender for a

EU Budget 2020 Approved

EU Budget 2020: investing more in climate, jobs and the youth in focus Over €500 million more dedicated to climate action Support for the young: boosting Erasmus and the fight against youth unemployment Last annual budget of current financial framework 2014-2020 For next year’s EU budget, MEPs have secured better support

EC on Montenegro – More balanced growth ahead

European Commission has published fall 2019 economic forecast. Among assessed countries was also Montenegro, a candidate country for the next EU enlargement. The completion of the first section of the Bar-Boljare highway in 2020 will conclude a six-year period of fast expansion of the economy, but also of high external and

Mike Pompeo visits Montenegro

Meeting Pompeo-Marković Prime Minister Duško Marković and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo noted that the first official visit of a US Secretary of State to Montenegro testifies to the fact that the two countries foster friendship and alliance. "Following the visit of Vice President Mike Pence, this is further evidence of

EC: Montenegro’s Economic Quarterly

The European Commission published EU Candidate Countries’ & Potential Candidates’ Economic Quarterly (CCEQ) technical report which indicates macroeconomic development of potential countries. Like other European Economy Technical Papers, Q2 2017 report was compiled by the staff of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs. Montenegro's economy are indicated as the

2018 EU budget draft: focus on jobs, investments, migration and security

he Commission proposed a draft budget for 2018 of €161 billion in commitments to stimulate the creation of more jobs, especially for young people, and to boost growth and strategic investments. Building on the actions already undertaken in previous years, next year's EU budget will continue dealing effectively with the migration

2017 EU Budget draft: growth, jobs and migrant crisis in focus

he Commission has proposed the 2017 draft EU Budget of €134.9 billion in payments focusing on the two main policy priorities for Europe: supporting the ongoing recovery of the European economy and addressing the security and humanitarian challenges in our neighbourhood. Increased funding will go to investments in growth, jobs

COREPER agrees to provide additional 3.9 billion euros

The COREPER has on October 14 in Brussels reached an agreement on three draft amending budgets for 2013, covering the EU additional payment needs and updating forecast for the EU own resources, a package proposed by the Lithuanian Presidency. “The Permanent Representatives Committee has showed the resolve to respect the Council

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