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Europe 2020

The new economic strategy of Europe by 2020 is already being discussed very seriously at a European level. The way it will be written and what priorities it will have, will depend the achievement of its goals and, therefore - our well-being in a world which went through a crisis of globalisation and now it will have to decide what the price of things is and why. This is why euinside is paying a serious attention to the strategy and this will be the subject where you can find news, comments and analyses about its development.

30 March 2010 13:00 Support in principle and many ideas for Europe 2020

The discussion about the new EU economy strategy, called Europe 2020, is advancing slowly. The reason for this is not a total lack of engagement of EU member states but rather the much more pressing problems as the crisis in Greece. In fact, it was the Greek crisis and also the problems in Portu ...

23 March 2010 11:00 The economic revival of Europe. Second cut

While something like a battle with neo-feudalism in the Bulgarian Academy of Science is going on, with a focus on the presence in it of the former communist secret service, the EU is on its way to release another impossible (for Bulgaria) task. It's true that the 52nd Bulgarian university in Per ...

15 March 2010 17:46 The president of substitution

Although he made his first visit in Brussels 3 years after Bulgaria joined the EU, the president of the country Gheorghi Parvanov decided to show himself as a patron of the discussion on EU's latest economic strategy Europe 2020. On March 12th, Parvanov called a press conference, claiming it wou ...

14 February 2010 14:47 Europe 2020 or a second EU attempt to become the most competitive economy in the world

EU leaders had to focus all their efforts and time on Thursday discussing the new strategy Europe 2020 which will replace the Lisbon Strategy for Growth and Jobs. In fact, this is the economic plan of the Union for the next 10 years of its development and shows the focus of member states on a Co ...

28 March 2010 15:45 Reserved support for "Europe 2020"

The European leaders supported the proposed by the European Commission strategy "Europe 2020" for economic recovery of the Union in the next 10 years, but not quite. The 5 main targets of the strategy (in terms of employment, R&D, green energy, education and reduction of poverty) were approved b ...

20 March 2010 15:51 Who is where before Europe 2020?

Ever since the European Union launched the Lisbon Strategy for Growth and Jobs for the first time in 2000, aimed at making the European economy the most competitive in the world by 2010, the Centre for European Reform is making each year an analysis of the implementation of the strategy. This is ...

4 March 2010 11:13 Europe 2020: smart, green, for everyone

The European Commission officially presented its long-awaited economic strategy - Europe 2020, which is supposed to succeed the Lisbon Strategy for Growth and Jobs, and also represents the Commission's vision about the development of the Union in the next decade. Europe 2020 shows that the EU ha ...

 
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