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Commission supports reform projects in Member States for more jobs and sustainable growth
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Today, the Commission presents 226 selected reform projects under the Technical Support Instrument (TSI) along with the new TSI Work Programme.

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Protecting European consumers: Safety Gate efficiently helps take dangerous COVID-19 products off the market
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Today, the European Commission published its annual report on the Safety Gate, which is the EU rapid alert system for dangerous consumer products helping to take dangerous non-food products off the market.

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To ensure that citizens can continue to enjoy roaming without additional charges when travelling in the EU, the Commission proposed today a new Roaming Regulation. At a time when non-essential travel is discouraged, this is an important action in preparing a brighter future. The new regulation will prolong the current rules that are due to expire in 2022, for another 10 years.

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Building a Climate-Resilient Future - A new EU Strategy on Adaptation to Climate Change
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The European Commission adopted today a new EU Strategy on Adaptation to Climate Change, setting out the pathway to prepare for the unavoidable impacts of climate change. While the EU does everything within its power to mitigate climate change, domestically and internationally, we must also get ready to face its unavoidable consequences.

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EU to set up new European Partnerships and invest nearly €10 billion for the green and digital transition
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The Commission proposed today to set up 10 new European Partnerships between the European Union, Member States and/or the industry. The goal is to speed up the transition towards a green, climate neutral and digital Europe, and to make European industry more resilient and competitive.

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Commission sets course for an open, sustainable and assertive EU trade policy
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The European Commission has today set out its trade strategy for the coming years. Reflecting the concept of open strategic autonomy, it builds on the EU's openness to contribute to the economic recovery through support for the green and digital transformations, as well as a renewed focus on strengthening multilateralism and reforming global trade rules to ensure that they are fair and sustainable.

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Coronavirus: preparing Europe for the increased threat of variants
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Today, the Commission is proposing immediate action to prepare Europe for the increased threat of coronavirus variants.

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Winter 2021 Economic Forecast: A challenging winter, but light at the end of the tunnel
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Europe remains in the grip of the coronavirus pandemic. The resurgence in the number of cases, together with the appearance of new, more contagious strains of the coronavirus, have forced many Member States to reintroduce or tighten containment measures.

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The European Commission welcomes the European Parliament's vote today, confirming the political agreement reached on the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF) Regulation in December 2020. This marks an important step towards making €672.5 billion in loans and grants available to Member States to support reforms and investments.

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Southern Neighbourhood: EU proposes new Agenda for the Mediterranean
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To relaunch and strengthen the strategic partnership between the European Union and its Southern Neighbourhood partners, the European Commission and the High Representative today adopted a joint communication proposing an ambitious and innovative new Agenda for the Mediterranean.

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