Jobs, Growth and Investment
The European Commission’s top priority is to get Europe growing again and to increase the number of jobs without creating new debt.
An investment plan will unlock public and private investments in the real economy of at least €315 billion over the next three years (2015-2017). The plan also focuses on cutting regulation and making smarter use of existing financial resources.
The Investment Plan is already showing results. The European Investment Bank (EIB) estimates that by the end of 2015, the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) triggered around €50 billion of investment in Europe.
Economic and Monetary Union
Building on the enhanced EU economic governance, Europe needs to coordinate its economic policy more closely – to realise its full potential to deliver jobs, growth, social fairness and financial stability.
Work is needed in 4 areas: economic, financial, fiscal and political union as defined in the Five Presidents' Report: Completing Europe's Economic and Monetary Union.
- spodbuja gospodarsko rast in politike za krepitev zaposlovanja v območju evra in EU
- spodbuja makroekonomsko in fiskalno stabilnost območja evra in EU
- prizadeva si za učinkovitejše delovanje ekonomske in monetarne unije
- spodbuja naložbe v EU
- preprečuje ali odpravlja makroekonomska neravnotežja v Evropski uniji
- vedno bolj usklajuje nacionalne strukturne politike
- spodbuja blaginjo zunaj EU