ECFIN

AcronymDefinition
ECFINEconomic and Financial Affairs (EU)
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We are happy to be singled out to also attend the European Commission (DG ECFIN) policy and matchmaking event, which gives us the opportunity to explore really exciting investment prospects," stated Prof.
I also made use of material obtained from a research paper I did for the European Commission, DG ECFIN (van ARK, 2015).
Turini (2010) "The Tale of the Baltics: Experiences, Challenges Ahead and Main Lessons", ECFIN Economic Brief.
Aging populations and the onset of neuro-degenerative diseases are increasing throughout Europe, particularly in Spain (DG ECFIN, 2012).
Financial support by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) and the DG ECFIN is gratefully acknowledged.
(11) Data have been taken from the data sources of the European Commission and the OECD (EC [2010b and 2010c], OECD [2009], and the AMECO database of the ECFIN).
It was co-chaired by the ministry's Secretary General Saleh Kharabsheh and Head of the Unit "Neighbourhood Countries and Macro-Financial Assistance" at the European Commission's Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs (DG ECFIN) Heliodoro Temprano Arroyo.
Both the IMF and the Commission's DG ECFIN have expert teams in Ukraine since the beginning of this week, working together, as Commission sources stressed, to assess Ukraine's needs.
[41.] Rutkowski, A., 'Ceilings and Anchors: Fiscal Rules for Poland', 2007, ECFIN Country Focus, vol.
(2012), Competing Within Global Value Chains, European Commission/Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs, ECFIN Economic Brief, Issue 17/December, Brussels.
Economic Policy Committee and the European Commission (DG ECFIN), 2006, The Impact of Ageing on Public Expenditure, Special Report 1/2006.
The dark blue lines are the accumulated program assistances from the IMF, ECFIN, EFSF, and ECB.