In March 2005, the EU leaders decided to revitalise the EU's Lisbon Strategy to become the "world's most dynamic knowledge-based economy by 2010". They re-focused the economic reform strategy on economic growth and jobs and urged national Member States to take ownership of the strategy by presenting national action plans (NAPs) before 15 October 2005.The Commission is expected to take a critical look at each of the 25 national reform programmes and see if they are capable of delivering on their ambitions. There is a growing consensus that it...
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