All our economies need to continue to pursue structural reforms. Very clearly, our common strength hinges upon each and every country's success. That is why the Union needs bold steps to increase investments, create more and better jobs and encourage reforms for competitiveness. This requires making good use of the flexibility that is built into the existing Stability and Growth Pact rules.
Invest and prepare our economies for the future: by addressing overdue investment needs in transport, energy and telecom infrastructure as well as in energy efficiency, innovation and research, skills, education and innovation; by mobilising to that end the right mix of private and public funding and facilitating long-term investments, for instance by developing capital markets and mobilising the European Investment Bank's means.
Another challenge in the years ahead will be managing migration flows, which are on the rise due to instability and poverty in large parts of the world and demographic trends – a matter which requires solidarity and fair sharing of responsibility.
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