New approach to trade agreements to promote green and just growth
22 June – The Commission has presented a plan to enhance the way that EU trade agreements promote climate and environmental protection and labour rights worldwide and create shared ownership to achieve concrete changes on the ground. Harnessing the power of trade agreements is even more crucial now in the turbulent geopolitical context and the EU needs allies to address global sustainability issues together.
A deeper and fairer economic and monetary union
Combining stability with fairness and democratic accountability
A deeper and fairer internal market
Jobs, growth and investment
Boosting investment and creating jobs
The European Semester
Learn more about the EU annual cycle of economic policy co-ordination.
Youth employment support
Young people face a difficult start in the labour market but they deserve all possible opportunities to develop their full potential to shape the future of the EU and to thrive in the green and digital transitions.