The Commission presented the 2012 Annual Growth Survey on 23 November 2011. Its key message is that Member States have not done enough to enact the measures they have committed to at EU level.
It calls for the EU and Member States to focus on five priorities:
The Annual Growth Survey includes a list of pending or future proposals aimed at boosting growth, which the Commission wants to be fast-tracked through the EU legislative process.
Annual Growth Survey [121 KB]
Progress Report on Europe 2020 [135 KB]
Macro-economic Report [757 KB]
Draft Joint Employment Report [96 KB]
New documents on economic governance:
Proposal for a Regulation on the strengthening of economic and budgetary surveillance of Member States experiencing or threatened with serious difficulties with respect to their financial stability in the euro area [30 KB]
Olli Rehn, Vice-President of the European Commission responsible for Economic and Monetary Affairs and the Euro:
The Commission's initiative for growth, governance and stability, Press Conference, Brussels, 23 November 2011
László Andor, EU Commissioner responsible for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion:
"Boosting job creation and addressing the social consequences of the crisis", Press Conference, Brussels, 23 November 2011