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EU-Krisenpaket: Erhöhte Haushaltsobergrenze und (neue) Einnahmequellen für die EU

13. August 2020
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Der EU-Aufbaufonds mit einem Volumen von EUR 750 Mrd. soll durch die Emission von EU-Anleihen finanziert werden, während sich der EU-Haushalt für die kommenden sieben Jahre mit einem Volumen von EUR 1.074 Mrd. vor allem aus direkten Beiträgen der EU-Mitgliedstaaten speist. Damit die Kommission die Kapitalmärkte in Anspruch nehmen kann, wird die Eigenmittel-Obergrenze vorübergehend von derzeit 1,2% auf 2% des BNE der EU-Mitgliedstaaten angehoben. Der Rat will das Finanzierungssystem der EU reformieren und neue Eigenmittelquellen einführen, damit das aufgenommene Kapital zügig zurückgezahlt werden kann. Höchste Priorität hat derzeit die rasche Verabschiedung des Haushalts und des Aufbaufonds für die Bewältigung der Folgen der Pandemie in den kommenden Jahren. Nach der Einigung im Rat muss das Europäische Parlament den Mehrjährigen Finanzrahmen für 2021-2027 mit einer absoluten Mehrheit verabschieden. Auch wenn wir nicht damit rechnen, dass das EU-Parlament oder die Mitgliedstaaten das Gesamtpaket blockieren, können wir Verzögerungen nicht ausschließen. [mehr]

Weitere Dokumente von Kevin Körner

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28. Februar 2019
Region:
26
The outcome of the EU elections and the composition of the new Parliament will significantly influence the nomination and election of the next President of the European Commission (EC). Parliament will vote for the Council's proposed candidate in a secret ballot with a majority of component MEPs required. The election of the Commission President will be particularly challenging this year. Given the projected new balance of power after the elections both within the EP and within the Council as well as between the EP and the EU Council, an institutional stalemate cannot be ruled out. [mehr]
13. Februar 2019
Region:
27
Ahead of the May 23–26 European Parliament elections, the EU is surrounded by internal and external challenges, its leaders increasingly divided, and its integrity and credibility challenged by Eurosceptic and anti-European groups across the continent. An extension of Article 50 could push the Brexit date close to or even beyond the European elections. Under EU treaties the UK would then be required to participate in the vote. The implications for the next EP – both if the UK agreed and refused to hold elections – could bear risks for the unanimity required in the European Council for an extension of Article 50 beyond the election date. [mehr]
17. Januar 2019
28
Kevin Koerner, Volkswirt für Europapolitik, beschreibt, dass deutsche Post-Millennials sich kaum an Zeiten erinnern können, als Angela Merkel noch nicht Bundeskanzlerin war. Nach Merkels Ankündigung, bei der nächsten Bundestagswahl nicht mehr anzutreten, untersuchen wir, was ihre Kanzlerschaft für Deutschland bedeutet und welche Auswirkungen ihr Abschied von der politischen Bühne haben wird. [mehr]
24. Oktober 2018
Region:
29
Accelerated by the consequences of the financial/economic and migration crisis, the influence of anti-European, anti-migration movements with a populist playbook in the EU is growing. For the EU, the next crucial stocktaking of voters’ sentiment will be the 2019 elections for the European Parliament on 23-26 May. The European political landscape and with it the composition of national parliaments in the EU member states has changed over the last five years and in some countries substantially so. These shifts can be expected to be reflected in the next European Parliament as well, and – as already the case in the Council – impact European policymaking. [mehr]
12. Oktober 2018
Region:
30
During the last few years, the expansion of digital infrastructure in the EU has been carried out more slowly and less comprehensively than politically intended. The EU’s objective of ensuring fast broadband coverage of more than 30 megabits per second for all Europeans by 2020 seems out of reach. There are economic and regulatory reasons for the insufficient progress with digital infrastructure improvements. However, inadequate digital infrastructure puts companies at a disadvantage versus US competitors, but increasingly also versus Chinese players. The European Commission estimates that more than EUR 500 bn will need to be invested by 2025 to achieve the goal of a “gigabit society”. [mehr]
13. Juni 2018
Region:
32
Several aspects of the European data protection regulation GDPR could have far-reaching implications for competition in the EU’s data economy and the competitiveness of the bloc’s tech industry and AI startups. Data protection “made in Europe” could give European companies a competitive edge as users become increasingly privacy-aware. But GDPR could also end up rather strengthening the position of incumbent tech giants and throw the continent further behind the US and China in the emerging race for global AI dominance. If potential negative implications of the regulation for the EU’s data economy materialize, EU lawmakers should not hesitate to make adjustments accordingly. [mehr]
14. Mai 2018
33
Developments in artificial intelligence and robotics have far-reaching economic and sociopolitical consequences, with some of them already materialising today. Still, the implications of further progress in these fields are not well understood. Economies around the world are likely to be impacted differently by the diffusion of AI technologies and robotics as wealthy industrial countries might increasingly “re-shore” production. To forge ahead and maximise the benefits for economies and societies, a balance needs to be found globally between successfully promoting key technologies and industries and avoiding the risk of rising protectionism and "knowledge wars". As the pace of technological change and the related launch of new business models are unlikely to slow, the ability of the state and regulators to keep pace is challenged. [mehr]
7. März 2018
34
From the start, the negotiations were ill-fated. To begin with, the SPD leadership rejected a revival of the grand coalition (Groko). Then, the partly diametrically opposed interests of the parties involved, seemingly abundant financial scope and a lack of interest in fundamental reforms on the part of the German population led to a – in many areas – mixed bag of measures which, on balance, aims to further increase governmental control of the business sector and society at the expense of individual freedom. However, at present, the predominant feeling is relief that Germany now has a “decent“ government. But not only the coalition partners may soon wonder whether the price is too high. [mehr]
28. Februar 2018
Region:
35
2018-2019 will be crucial for the future of EU finances. Compared to previous MFF negotiations, this time the challenges ahead are disproportionally larger, including a large annual budget gap of above EUR 10 bn to be left by the UK's exit from the Union. Our scenario analysis illustrates that Western and Northern European members would see their net contributions deteriorate most in case of a substantial budget expansion in order to cover the UK shortfall as well as additional spending needs. Eastern European members would be hurt most by the alternative of harsh spending cuts to close the Brexit gap in the budget. To complicate matters further, the abolishment of the UK rebate and probably all "rebates on the rebate" will lead to a redistribution of costs among members. Profound discussions will therefore be necessary regarding the prioritization, efficiency, subsidiarity and cost sharing. [mehr]
8. Dezember 2017
Region:
36
No real surprises hidden in the “Saint Nicholas” reform package from Brussels, a detailed set of reform proposals and communications that the European Commission published as a “roadmap” for deepening EMU. The proposals build on Commission President Juncker’s September State of the Union speech and, in essence, match closely with the French vision of more stabilization and risk-sharing in the EU, while they also try to meet German demands for better supervision of fiscal rules. The strong focus on anchoring any further integration of the Monetary Union - such as the reform of the ESM and the introduction of a Eurozone budget - in the institutional framework also illustrates the wariness in Brussels of being sidelined in its fiscal competencies and to allow the euro area to further develop on its own. [mehr]
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