Bank crisis resolution paves the way to protection of taxpayers
The European parliament’s Economic and Monetary affairs committee is about to fully endorse Gunnar Hökmark's proposals for the so-called banking crisis resolution, which aims to provide some harmonisation of national laws and tools for preventing, quickly addressing, and resolving bank crises.
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The European parliament in Strasbourg on Tuesday approved the so-called Two Pack measures aimed at strengthening the Stability and Growth Pact that imposes rules on national governments´ spending to avoid another financial crisis. EPP Group MEP Jean-Paul Gauzès, a rapporteur, says the...
European leaders need to approve a new 7-year budget framework that includes funding increases for infrastructure and future industries, or they risk "choking Europe", says Alain Lamassoure, chairman of the European Parliament Budget Committee and a member of the EPP Group.
EPP Group Chairman Joseph Daul, in an interview with EPP TV, calls on Europe's leaders to agree on a 2014-2020 budget framework that ensures investment in Europe's future, especially for countries in need.
EPP Group fights for stable EU Budget 2014 - 2020 In this short on-the-spot interview, Rapporteur Reimer Böge highlights the EPP Group's priorities for efficient, tailor-made spending to help fight youth unemployment
The EPP Congress has adopted and important resolution related to the completion of the single market and Andreas Schwab, EPP group coordinator on consumer issues explains its importance and the way that the EPP family will use it.