Danish law enabling family reunification of Turks for the employee and his/her spouse legally residing in Denmark

That restriction cannot be justified by the objective of ensuring the spouse’s successful integration since Danish legislation does not take account either of the spouse’s own ability to integrate or of other factors demonstrating the effective integration of the worker concerned.

Monetary developments in the euro area: December 2022

Annual growth rate of broad monetary aggregate M3 decreased to 4.1% in December 2022 from 4.8% in November Annual growth rate of narrower monetary aggregate M1, comprising currency in circulation and overnight deposits, decreased to 0.6% in December from 2.4% in November Annual growth rate of adjusted loans to households decreased to 3.8% in December from 4.1% in November Annual […]

Euro area economic and financial developments by institutional sector: third quarter of 2022

Euro area net saving decreased to €678 billion in four quarters up to third quarter of 2022, compared with €731 billion one quarter earlier Household debt-to-income ratio declined to 94.7% in third quarter of 2022 from 96.0% one year earlier Non-financial corporations’ debt-to-GDP ratio (consolidated measure) decreased to 77.6% in third quarter of 2022 from 79.4% one year earlier Total euro […]

NEWS Markets for many commonly recycled materials struggle in the EU

Europe’s ambitions for a circular economy require the timely provision of good-quality recycled raw materials to manufacturers. However, according to a European Environment Agency (EEA) assessment published today, from the eight most common recyclables, only aluminium, paper and glass have well-functioning secondary markets. Lack of standardisation and competition with new materials are among the challenges […]

ECB boosts cooperation with the six EU Member States not part of European banking supervision

ECB signs Memorandum of Understanding with national competent authorities of six EU Member States not part of European banking supervision Countries subject to Memorandum are Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Sweden Memorandum boosts supervisory cooperation through shared information, and fosters common supervisory culture

Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan: Launch of the European Cancer Imaging Initiative

Today, at an event in Brussels, the Commission is launching the European Cancer Imaging Initiative to support healthcare providers, research institutes and innovators in making the best use of innovative data-driven solutions for cancer treatment and care. The initiative, a flagship action under Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan, will work towards creating a digital infrastructure linking up resources and databases of cancer imaging […]

Electricity Market Design: Commission launches consultation on reform to support a clean and affordable energy transition

Today, the European Commission is launching a public consultation on the reform of the European Union’s electricity market design to better protect consumers from excessive price volatility, support their access to secure energy from clean sources, and make the market more resilient.