The European Commission said on September 29 that it was sending Bulgaria reasoned opinions, the second stage of infringement proceedings, asking Sofia to comply with EU regulations concerning water pollution […]
The European Commission said on July 22 that it was taking Bulgaria to the Court of Justice of the EU over its failure to protect unique habitats an ...
Uncertainty resulting from the UK’s vote to leave the EU was the main factor affecting the economic outlook in the bloc, the European Commission ...
The European Commission said in its convergence report released on June 7 that Bulgaria did not yet meet the conditions for adopting the euro, but tha ...
The EU has formally warned Warsaw that if it doesn’t reverse its overhaul of the country’s highest court it will incur sanctions, possibly suspending voting rights. Few expect a quick […]
The European Commission said on May 26 that it was stepping up the infringement proceedings against Bulgaria over restrictions against selling land to foreigners, while also opening an infringement procedure […]
Poland was given time to Monday, May 23 to undertake measures to solve its constitutional tribunal crisis, or the commission will adopt an opinion on the situation in Poland, opening […]
European Commission’s spring forecast for the EU economy, released on May 3, cut the economic growth estimate in the 28-country bloc and re-iterated the target for the euro area. The […]
The European Commission said on April 26 that it has approved the allocation of 368 million euro from the European Regional Development Fund for the third line of the metro […]
The European Commission said on March 3 that it has found the agreement between Greece and the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) to be in line with EU state aid rules, clearing […]