Israel is a partner country within the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP). This country page contains, or links to, DG ECFIN’s recent analytical work on the economy of Israel.
The EU held its last Sub-Committee on Economic and Financial Matters with Israeli authorities in Jerusalem in October 2013. The European Commission presented the EU economic outlook based on the autumn 2013 economic forecast. The ECB and Eurostat also participated in the meeting, discussing monetary and financial stability issues and reviewing cooperation in the field of statistics. The Israeli authorities presented recent macroeconomic and monetary developments and provided an overview of the latest improvements of their national statistical system.
The next meeting will take place in Jerusalem in the October of 2014.
Israel received Macro-Financial Assistance amounting to EUR 180.5 million from the EU in 1991. No other operation has taken place since then.
The links below provide additional information on EU-Israeli relations: