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Flags of the world

Discussing Global Changes

A conversation with Prof. Giulio Sapelli, a Professor of Economic History at University of Milan and former member of the Board of ENI Spa, one of the leading oil and gas groups in the world.

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The richest Europeans are mostly men

Infographic: The Richest Europeans

And the majority of them are male

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Launching a start-up in the EU - love it or leave it?

The Perspectives of Entrepreneurship in the EU

Is it worth to launch a small or medium business in the EU?

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The Evolution of the Workforce in Europe

The Future of the European Labour Market

A glimpse into the career world of tomorrow

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Infographic: What can you buy with 1$ in Europe?

Infographic: What can you buy with 1$ in Europe?

Is it possible to get something for 1$ in a European country?

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Brain drain refers to the migration of highly trained professionals, including scientists, researchers, nurses, doctors etc.

The Brain Drain Phenomenon within the European Union

Brain drain is increasingly a matter of concern within the European Union, as more and more highly skilled people migrate from the South and East to the North and West of the continent.

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The richest people of Europe

Infographic: who are the richest people in Europe?

Do you know who is the richest person in your European country?

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NATO, TTIP and the NSA - An Interview with the U.S. Embassy in Vienna

NATO, TTIP and the NSA - An Interview with the U.S. Embassy in Vienna

Starting with the US Embassy in Vienna, our series of interviews sheds light on our diplomatic relations and how NATO, TTIP and the NSA impact them

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The Euro: Estonian experience

The Euro: Estonian experience

In 2014 Latvia is going to join the Eurozone. This very important step towards European integration raised a debate in the Latvian society: despite the obvious benefits for country's economy,…

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Internal energy market: energy regulators agency "can't promise lower prices"

Internal energy market: energy regulators agency "can't promise lower prices"

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Minimum Wages in Europe

Minimum Wages in Europe

The map above shows the amount of minimum wage across Europe. The dramatic difference between East and West is obvious. At the same time, there is still a number of …

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