The Commission is launching the second call for proposals of the Connecting Europe Facility, with more than €7.6 billion of investment to finance transport projects. €6.5 billion are earmarked for countries with Cohesion Fund eligibility. As team Juncker enters its second year in office, the European Commission is taking further action to

Too many lives are still lost in OECD countries because healthcare quality is improving too slowly to cope with ageing populations and the growing number of people with one or more chronic diseases, according to a new OECD report. Health at a Glance 2015 shows that overall health expenditure continues to grow slowly in many OECD countries

Energy, transport and increased human intervention in the environment have proven to be major contributors to climate change over the last few decades. The European Union (EU) has actively been pursuing ambitious emission reduction targets for years. The UN Climate Change Conference taking place inParis in December 2015 (COP21)

The European Banking Authority (EBA) published its 2016 EU-wide stress test draft methodology for discussion. The stress test will be formally launched in the first quarter of 2016 and will cover over 70% of the EU banking sector and will assess EU banks' ability to meet relevant supervisory capital ratios during an adverse economic shock.

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has provided two loans totalling almost PLN 2 billion (some EUR 475m) to PGE Group for electricity network modernisation and the construction of two cogeneration units in gas-fired, combined heat and power plants. The new units are located within the boundaries of the existing plants in Gorzów and

Turkey attracted USD 11.8 billion of foreign direct investment (FDI) during the first eight months of 2015. Corresponding to a 36 percent increase over the same period of 2014,Turkey’s investment appeal remained strong despite the turmoil in some of its neighboring countries, and the upcoming general election.

Nel 2015 si prevede una crescita del prodotto interno lordo (Pil) italiano pari allo 0,9% in termini reali, cui seguirà un aumento dell'1,4% nel 2016 e nel 2017. Nel 2015 la domanda interna al netto delle scorte contribuirà positivamente alla variazione del Pil per 0,7 punti percentuali mentre la domanda estera netta sottrarrà un decimo di

Nel periodo gennaio-settembre 2015 le entrate tributarie erariali, accertate in base al criterio della competenza giuridica, ammontano a 301.137 milioni di euro, con un aumento del 3,4% (+9.862 milioni) rispetto allo stesso periodo del 2014. Ai fini di un confronto omogeneo, neutralizzando le entrate straordinarie del 2014 

Via libera del Parlamento serbo alla nuova legge sugli investimenti, elaborata in collaborazione con un pool di esperti della Banca Mondiale. La normativa impegna gli organi istituzionali a sostenere e a controllare gli investimenti e ad armonizzare, dal punto di vista legale e formale, lo status degli investitori stranieri con quelli locali.