This paper analysis the latest development of global current account imbalances, also focusing on possible vulnerabilities in emerging market economies and the potential impact of climate mitigation policies on current account imbalances.
This report by the European Commission presents the findings of the 16th post-programme surveillance mission to Portugal and identifies remaining challenges.
This report by the European Commission monitors Greece’s economic, fiscal and financial situation following the end of enhance surveillance in August 2022, and assesses the specific reform steps as set out in the 14th enhanced surveillance report.
This report by the European Commission presents the findings of the 18th post-programme surveillance mission to Spain and identifies remaining challenges.
This report by the European Commission presents the findings of the 17th post-programme surveillance mission to Ireland and identifies remaining challenges.
This report by the European Commission presents the findings of the 13th post-programme surveillance mission to Cyprus and identifies remaining challenges.
The EU economy is at a turning point. The shocks unleashed by Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine are denting global demand and reinforcing global inflationary pressures. As a result, although growth in 2022 is set to be better than previously forecast, the outlook for 2023 is significantly..
Progress Towards Meeting the Economic Criteria for EU Accession: The EU Commission's 2022 Assessments
This document is a compilation of the economic chapters contained in the European Commission’s 2022 Enlargement Package.
Focussing on the euro area, this issue provides an analysis of GDP per capita convergence in the euro area and EU over the last two decades, the links between the housing market and the real economy, exchange rate pass-through on import prices, and the key economic considerations underpinning...
This paper provides estimations of the degree of financial constraints of EU sectors.