European Commission – EUROSTAT | 02 March 2015
The Europe 2020 strategy, adopted by the European Council in June 2010, aims at establishing a smart, sustainable and inclusive economy with high levels of employment, productivity and social cohesion.
The key objectives of the strategy are expressed in the form of five ambitious targets in the areas of employment, research & development (R&D), climate change & energy, education and poverty reduction, to be reached by 2020.
These have been translated into national targets in order to reflect the situation and possibilities of each Member State to contribute to the common goal.
A set of nine headline indicators and four sub-indicators, compiled by Eurostat, give an overview of how far or close the EU is from reaching its overall targets.
Full text available on EUROSTAT website.
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