The EU's Council of Economic and Finance (ECOFIN) Ministers will take place in Brussels on 11 March at 10.00.
The agenda includes taxation of savings income, Single Resolution Mechanism, follow-up to G20 February meeting and economic elements of the EU 2030 energy and climate framework.
The in-depth reviews are carried out as part of the Macroeconomic Imbalance Procedure.
The analysis shows that 14 of the 17 Member States concerned are experiencing imbalances or excessive imbalances.
The economic recovery is strengthening and the programme’s fiscal targets remain unchanged.
The financial sector has continued to stabilise, but challenges remain. The structural reforms agenda needs to be expanded to continue the switch to an export-led growth model.