A New Start: European Commission work plan to deliver jobs, growth and investment
EU News 501/2014
Strasbourg, 16 December 2014
Today the European Commission adopted its Work Programme for 2015 – setting out the actions the Commission intends to take over the next 12 months to make a real difference for jobs, growth and investment and bring concrete benefits for citizens. This is an agenda for change.
The Commission's 2015 Work Programme sets out: 23 new initiatives proposed by the Juncker Commission, following the Political Guidelines presented to the European Parliament; 80 existing proposals which the Commission proposes to withdraw or amend for political or technical reasons. The Work Programme presents focused actions where the Commission will deliver in 2015. In addition, in many areas, the Commission will also continue to work hard to ensure that existing policies and rules are fit for purpose, deliver concrete results on the ground and are properly implemented.
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File Photo: Participation of Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the EC, in the EP plenary session. Date: 16/12/2014 Reference: P-027136/00-03 Location: Strasbourg - EP Rapid: IP/14/2703 (C)EU, 2014 URL