• 19 July 2017

    On 7 July 2017, the Council, appointed Mariya Gabriel as the new commissioner for digital economy and society. A few days later, EU Finance ministers met in Brussels to adopt conclusions on the Commission's review of the EU's capital markets union action plan, and on non-performing loans in the banking sector.  The Council also issued its 2017 recommendations and opinions on the member states' economic, employment and fiscal policies.

  • 10 July 2017

    Over the next 6 months, the Estonian presidency will focus on 4 important areas: an open and innovative European economy, a safe Europe, a digital Europe and free movement of data, and an inclusive and sustainable Europe. As announced in the interim evaluation of the digital single market, the European Commission will increase its efforts to close the gaps in the current cybersecurity framework.

Companies: be aware of malware!