Election aftermath - MEPs to watch on economic and financial policy

Press quote (Euronews)
14 June 2024

“One key reason for Europe’s poor economic performance is low productivity, the lack of financing available for high-potential, high-risk businesses, and the barriers to innovative European firms building scale across the Union,” researchers from the think-tank Centre for European Reform (CER) wrote in a post-election analysis.  

...“Populist and far-right parties are likely to be a hindrance to many of these steps,” the CER analysts added, noting that reforms such as those needed to strengthen Capital Markets Union will probably be occupy the agenda of centrist MEPs.