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Overview

Jean Claude Junker

A New Start for Europe

The mid-term review of the Multiannual Financial Framework, scheduled for the end of 2016, should be used to orient the EU budget further towards jobs, growth and competitiveness.

Jean-Claude Juncker, European Commission President

(“Political Guidelines for the next European Commission”, Opening Statement in the European Parliament Plenary Session, Strasbourg, 15 July 2014)

 
 
Financial Framework 2014-2020 - Commitments in EUR million (2011 prices)
2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Total
Grand total 134 318,00 135 328,00 136 056,00 137 100,00 137 866,00 139 078,00 140 242,00 959 988,00
1a. Competitiveness for growth and jobs 15 605,00 16 321,00 16 726,00 17 693,00 18 490,00 19 700,00 21 079,00 125 614,00
1b. Economic, social and territorial cohesion 44 678,00 45 404,00 46 045,00 46 545,00 47 038,00 47 514,00 47 925,00 325 149,00
2. Sustainable Growth: Natural Resources 55 883,00 55 060,00 54 261,00 53 448,00 52 466,00 51 503,00 50 558,00 373 179,00
3. Security and citizenship 2 053,00 2 075,00 2 154,00 2 232,00 2 312,00 2 391,00 2 469,00 15 686,00
4. Global Europe 7 854,00 8 083,00 8 281,00 8 375,00 8 553,00 8 764,00 8 794,00 58 704,00
5. Administration 8 218,00 8 385,00 8 589,00 8 807,00 9 007,00 9 206,00 9 417,00 61 629,00
6. Compensation 27,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 27,00

More figures and documents of the financial framework 2014-2020.

 

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Publication:

MFF 2014-2020 and EU budget 2014