EU Sources - Economic and social challenges according to the EC - February 29, 2016

The European Commission published its annual analysis of the economic and social challenges in the EU Member States, the Country Reports. The reports are a policy coordination tool under the so-called European Semester to monitor policy reforms and to point early on to challenges that Member States should address. The reports include chapters on the structural issues facing each country and annexes full of statistical data. The issues vary by country. Some countries have serious problems in the judiciary and the public administration – such as human resource management, e-government, and public procurement – that are seen as obstacles to economic growth. All the separate reports can be downloaded.

English: http://ec.europa.eu/europe2020/making-it-happen/country-specific …    

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