The German EU Presidency — motor or maintainer?
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The highly-anticipated German presidency was expected to deal with the EU’s long to-do-list. The coronavirus pandemic made the plans pivot to crisis management. This POLITICO PRO Intelligence Workshop analyzes the German work program. What has been delivered? Which European power centers and country tribes managed to claim victory in battles around the long-term budget, the economic recovery plan, or the EU Green deal debate? What can we expect next? Where is the EU heading after the crisis and after one of its powerful members headed the European Council for six months? Take stock of the political outlook and join the debate with POLITICO’s experts and industry peers.
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PROGRAM AND TIMING
08:30 AM Registration and coffee
09:00 AM Workshop part 1:
Scorecards for the German EU presidency, what was expected, what was delivered?
10:40 AM Coffee break
11:00 AM Workshop part 2:
Checking in on the big EU policy debates, where does the EU Green deal, the budget-priorities and the EU integration process stand after the German presidency?
12:00 PM Q&A with our Chief Brussels correspondent David Herszenhorn
12:30 PM Networking lunch
13:30 PM End of the event
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