Brussels, 22 February 2019 – Post-Brexit EU budget: will it meet the challenge of the 21st century?
The European Commission unveiled a budget for 2021-2027 with the ambitious objective of reaching an agreement by May 2019, coinciding with the expected date of Brexit and before the new Parliament and Commission start. Can this be achieved? What does this budget propose that is a marked improvement on the previous one? What is the InvestEU Programme really? Eulalia Rubio discusses this topic in the context of a CEPS LAb “Prime Talk” alongside with Günther H. Oettinger, Commissioner for Budget, Jerzy Kwieciński Minister of Investment and Economic Development, Poland and Vazil Hudák, Vice-President of the European Investment Bank (EIB)
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To go further:
- “The possible impact of Brexit on the EU budget and CAP funding“, Eulalia Rubio et Jörg Haas, November 2017
- “Negotiating the next multi-annual financial framework in an electoral year: which consequences?“, Eulalia Rubio, November 2018
- “The MFF proposal: what’s new, what’s old, what’s next?“, Eulalia Rubio, Jörg Haas, Pola Schneemelcher, May 2018