European Commission's Brussels Economic Forum tackles key issues

The 2023 Brussels Economic Forum
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Top EU policymakers were discussing artificial intelligence and the green transition as the bloc heads to the polls in June.


EU's foremost policymakers gathered in Brussels on Thursday to discuss artificial intelligence, the green transition, and the impact of the bloc's enlargement.

The Brussels Economic Forum, organised by the European Commission, began at 11 am, with prime ministers, MEPs, and officials addressing topics like innovation, climate change and sluggish growth. 

Forecasts published on Tuesday suggest the bloc might be about to turn the corner after years ravaged by the effects of the pandemic, the Ukraine war, and high inflation. 

This year, the Forum took place as Europeans prepare to go to the polls in June – with the economy topping their list of concerns. 

Check out our livestream for contributions from Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Šimonytė, EU Economics Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni, Nadia Calviño, President of the European Investment Bank and more.

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