The European Commission has proposed a budget of €168.3 billion for 2020 for a more competitive European economy.
The budget, which is the largest and longest running 2014-2020 long-term budget is designed to boost the European added value in line with the Juncker Commission's priorities. It seeks to continue supporting EU's priorities-jobs, growth, young people, climate change, security and solidarity.
The EU budget is primarily an investment budget. It aims to complement national budgets and...
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