Commission sets jobs and security as priorities in EU budget 2020

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Commission sets jobs and security as priorities in EU budget 2020


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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 implement priorities which all EU members have agreed upon.

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