Information on EU trade agreements.
Information on the frameworks shaping EU-Africa relations, economically and politically and on the role of the Council.
The European Semester helps the member states to coordinate their economic, employment and fiscal policies better and to make sure they reflect the EU-level goals.
The EU is working to increase fair labour mobility in the EU by removing barriers that hinder it.
Information on the role of the Council and the European Council in the response to growing migratory pressures and on their current areas of activity.
Presidents of the EU institutions have drafted a report on improving economic governance in the euro area.
Information on the EU cyber security strategy and the proposed network information security (NIS) directive, and on the progress of discussions in the Council.
To be able to join the euro area the EU member states are required to fulfil the so-called 'convergence criteria' - economic and legal conditions.
The EU manages fish stocks through its fisheries management system and common fisheries policy. Information on the role of the Council in this area.
Council directive on automatic exchange of information in the field of taxation aims to combat corporate tax avoidance and increase transparency in cross-border corporate taxation practices.
New rules would boost the control of medical devices and in-vitro diagnostic medical devices traded in the EU.
Rules to make EU's money market funds more resilient and able to withstand market shocks
Information on the proposed legislation on novel foods, which aims to update the existing rules dating back to 1997.
Organic farming is farming which follows practices designed to minimise the human impact on the environment, while ensuring the agricultural system operates as naturally as possible.
The EU rules on own resources define the different types of EU revenue, such as sugar levies or VAT-based own resources, and the methods for calculating them.
The package travel directive brings holidaymakers' rights into the digital age.
The heads of state or government of the 27 met in Bratislava to begin a political reflection on further development of an EU with 27 member countries.