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This document provides regularly updated information on EU Member States which receive or received financial assistance from the ESM, the EFSF, the EFSM, the EU balance of payments assistance facility, other Member States and/or the IMF. Since August 2018 all financial assistance programmes to EU Member States have been concluded; therefore, the document focuses on the implementation of the enhanced surveillance framework for Greece and post-programme reviews for Ireland, Portugal, Romania, Cyprus ...

This document presents the main features of the European Financial Stabilisation Mechanism (EFSM). The EFSM allows the Commission to provide loans to euro area Member States threatened by severe difficulties and to access financial markets, by issuing bonds or with private placements. The amount that can be borrowed by the Commission on behalf of the European Union is limited.

This briefing gives an overview of recent European Commission (COM) opinions on the budgetary situation of five Member States (Belgium, Spain, France, Portugal and Slovenia) whose 2019 Draft Budgetary Plans (DBPs) are assessed to be “at risk of non-compliance” with their obligations under the Stability and Growth Pact (SGP) and of one country (Italy) whose 2019 DBP is considered to be in particularly serious non-compliance with its obligations under the SGP. This briefing will be updated as further ...

The Union’s expenditure

Fakta a čísla o EU 01-06-2017

Budget expenditure is approved jointly by the Council and Parliament. The annual EU budget must respect the budgetary ceilings agreed under the multiannual financial framework (MFF) for different programmes and policies, such as those on cohesion, agriculture and external relations. Flexibility instruments ensure that the EU can react in the event of unexpected needs. Use of financial instruments creates a leverage effect as regards EU spending.

This paper revises the European instruments for macro-financial stability providing financial support to member states. Three instruments, created on an ad-hoc basis during the crisis, are temporary and should gradually disappear. One instrument reserved for non-euro area member states, and others targeted at euro area countries remain in place. In the long term, the European Stability Mechanism is likely to become the only instrument for macro-financial assistance, but its current standing outside ...

This policy note provides a brief evaluation of the social and employment situation in Ireland.

This note describes the budgetary and institutional aspects of the EUR 60 billion European financial stabilisation mechanism, which forms part of the EUR 750 billion package of measures designed to preserve financial stability in Europe adopted on 9 May 2010.