Wrapped up in the details of pension reforms and home foreclosure—matters that, no doubt, have important consequences for many— the big picture has faded into the background. It is easy to forget how we got here, and where we are going.
22 December 2015. The Social Security accounts show a negative balance of 5.81 billion euros at 30 November 2015, compared with a negative balance of 3.43 billion euros in the same period last year, according to the performance data shown in the Social Security Accounting Information System.
Spain's Mariano Rajoy sought to persuade Spaniards on Friday that earlier austerity would be reverted if he won re-election later this year, unveiling a 2016 budget featuring the first spending hikes since he took office.
Austerity cuts in Spain could lead to the effective dismantling of large parts of its healthcare system and significantly damage the health of the population, according to a study published on Thursday.
At first glance there is something odd about Italy's economic data. For months its consumer and business sentiment has been stronger than almost anywhere else in the euro zone, yet economic activity still lags its peers.
The EU health sector represents 10% of GDP, 15% of public expenditure and 8% of the workforce, and has high potential for innovation and growth. Improvements in people's health impact productivity, labour supply, employability and workforce mobility.
Many European citizens accept that the EU shapes domestic welfare states. Nearly half of respondents considered its most important role to be setting minimum standards, a survey that was part of the Vision Europe Summit has revealed.
26 January 2016. The Ministry of the Treasury and Public Administration Services has published the budget execution figures for the Central Government, regional governments and Social Security system for the month of November in national accounting terms on its website.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced a 1% wage increase for Spain’s civil servants, the first in five years, as he unveiled a government budget for 2016 that seeks to address austerity fatigue in the run-up to parliamentary elections.
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