Association for International Affairs in cooperation with The British Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic holds a discussion on EU Fiscal Pact and its implications on the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom.
On January 30, 2012, twenty five EU Member States agreed to a pact for a stricter budget discipline. With only the United Kingdom and the Czech Republic to stay out, the other members are, if implemented, expected to enshrine balanced budget rules in national law.
Furthermore, the pact is expected to impose quasi-automatic sanctions on those members breaching the agreed limits. What will the Pact mean for the two countries which refused to join and what does it say about the future of the integration project? Does the Pact bring us any closer towards the end of fiscal crisis?
May 22, 2012
Le Palais HotelMap
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- The British Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic
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