Five Facts about the new Country-Specific Recommendations

The European Council will hold its next meeting from 22-23 June. One of the items on the agenda is the endorsement of the country-specific recommendations, which the European Commission made in late May. This provides a good moment for a short review: How many recommendations are there? What are the priorities? Which countries have the longest to-do lists? Have reforms been implemented? And what does this mean for the European reform agenda?

Dr. Anna auf dem Brinke works for the German Ministry of economy, she formally worked for the Jacques Delors Centre.

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