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The purpose of the paper is to analyze the large number of proposals for reforming the Stability and Growth Pact (SGP) presented by professional academic and non-academic economists in recent years.
In Amsterdam, however, the French agreed upon "The Stability and Growth Pact," insisting on the need for a fiscal rule but not at the expense of growth.
The Stability and Growth Pact has not dented Eurozone governments' ability to spend freely on public services.
The EU's Stability and Growth Pact requires governments to maintain public deficits below 3% of gross domestic product.
"The figure for the 2004/05 financial year deficit provides prima facie evidence on the existence of an excessive deficit in the UK in the sense of the Treaty and the Stability and Growth Pact.
A constraint on the euro's rise to international prominence has been the underperformance of the major eurozone economies (France, Germany, and Italy), and their apparent lack of fiscal discipline, ignoring the Stability and Growth Pact in response to their recent recessions.
Breaking the Stability and Growth Pact would require borrowing to exceed EUR3 billion next year, but according to Davy Stockbrokers this is not impossible.
"Contrary to the misleading impression promoted by some politicians and pundits that the EU fiscal framework forces all member states into a one-size-fits-all consolidation straightjacket, the Stability and Growth Pact is not stupid," insisted Rehn, alluding to remarks made in 2002 by then European Commission President Romano Prodi, who described the pact as "stupid".
The EU Stability and Growth Pact (SGP) pertains to the third stage of economic and monetary union (EMU), which began on 1 January 1999, and is intended to ensure that the member states maintain budgetary discipline after the single currency has been introduced.
The European Commission yesterday warned Gordon Brown that his pre-election Budget could breach Europe's rules for Government borrowing laid down in the Stability and Growth pact, accusing the Treasury of over-optimistic forecasts of economic growth.