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Juncker Investment Plan for Europe

Juncker Investment Plan for Europe

315 bn is expected to be distributed through financing over the next three years in order to enhance public sources and liberalize private investment

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EU-China Trade

EU-China Trade

The EU is China’s biggest trading partner. China is the EU’s second biggest, but it is also its largest source of imports. EU relations with China were established in 1975 …

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Crisis ahead

Is public investment the cure for the Greek economic crisis?

Many people think that the best way to tackle the Greek crisis is to cut public expenses, the income of senior citizens and the income of people working in the public sector. However, a more appropriate approach would be to have large investments made with public money and funding from the European Union.

Athanasios Vasilopoulos on

Doing Business in Europe

Infographic: Economic Growth in Europe and Central Asia

How Easy is it to Start a New Business?

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Economic Growth in SEE

Infographic: Economic Growth in South Eastern Europe

The Balkans have been developing fast

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Retirement Readiness

Infographic: Are Europeans Ready to Retire?

Looking Ahead How Do You Envisage Your Transition to Retirement?

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The European City/Capital of Culture Programme was launched in 1985 and the ECoC title has been awarded to nearly 60 cities in 30 countries.

Research Studies on European Capitals of Culture Programme

Santino Santinelli looks into research on effects of the European Capitals of Culture Programme on economic and cultural developments of selected cities.

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Facts behind food prices

Infographic: Facts Behind Food Prices

Scientists believe the people of central Mexico developed corn from teosinte, a wild grass, at least 7,000 years ago. Also known as maize, corn eventually spread north to the southwestern …

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Circular European Economy

Climate Change and Circular Economy in Europe

The importance of recycling natural resources to the economy.

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Europe, Immigration and (the lack of) Debate

One challenge, two sides and zero solutions

António Saraiva Lima on

World tourism in figures

Key Tourism Statistics

Tourism as a development opportunity

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Signing of Kumanovo Agreement in the Yugoslav Army tent in the NATO base in Macedonia

Self-Determination to Move On!

Today is 17th February and Kosovo marks its seventh year of independence. The new-born state came to see the light only nine years after the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s military intervention, to stop the humanitarian catastrophe towards the Albanian population.

Blerina Karagjozi on

TTIP

TTIP: a contentious agreement under negotiation

The EU and the US have a long lasting relationship and want to take it one step further with a free trade agreement. But the TTIP has fierce opposition.

Susana Santos Faria on

Custom House in Dublin

A New Ireland in a New Europe

The renewal of Ireland should be embodied in a new European ambition

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China vs USA

China is now the World's Largest Economy!

China is now the world's largest economy - this happened much faster than most analysts predicted.

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Which are the European Mega-Regions of the future?

Europe and Urbanisation

The changing economy is also changing the urbanisation in Europe.

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What happens where Europe meets the sea?

What happens where Europe meets the sea?

In many areas along Europe's vast coastline, the interaction between land and sea is rising.

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Immigration in Europe

Immigration in Europe

A huge interest has been shown by the media in the last years for this subject, as more and more people lost their jobs due to the economic crisis. Moreover, …

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EU - a top economy

EU - a top economy

The EU has overcomed USA and is now the number one economy in the world. Considering the euro crisis and the unemployment that Europe is facing for some time, it's not bad…

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US Government shutdown. The cost of democracy?

US Government shutdown. The cost of democracy?

The media is red hot about the unexpected shutdown of the US. government. What is the backrgound of the events and what are the future perspectives?

Christos Mouzeviris on

Encouraging Entrepreneurship in Europe

Encouraging Entrepreneurship in Europe

Lack of youth entrepreneurship is further sinking the already critical European economy. What solutions can we find?

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'Made in EU' – How a 'Buy European' campaign can create Growth and Jobs!

'Made in EU' – How a 'Buy European' campaign can create Growth and Jobs!

Buying European products has many benefits to creating jobs, stimulating growth, saving the environment and protecting consumers.

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Tax-Havens - Europe's Hell?

Tax-Havens - Europe's Hell?

Despite Europe being the second smallest continent in the world, it is to be blamed for more than half of the tax havens on it.

Christos Mouzeviris on

State or Privately Owned?

State or Privately Owned?

The ownership of public services is one of the greatest dilemmas in our society.

Christos Mouzeviris on

Cartagena, Colombia - Soon freely exchanging goods with the EU?

The EU-Colombia FTA: A controversial agreement

The Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the EU and Colombia was the result of a long and exhaustive negotiation process that started in 2010

Virág Gulyás on

The European Union Budget

Where does the EU money come from? Where does it go?

Infographic revealing the European budget

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Are we ready for a transatlantic marketplace?

Are we ready for a transatlantic marketplace?

The prospect of a transatlantic agreement seems compelling - what are the opportunities, risks and barriers for this deal?

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Most recent stats on GDP from Eurostat

Most recent stats on GDP from Eurostat

GDP per capita in PPS (Purchasing Power Standards)

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Europe and the UK have always had a difficult relationship - but how would both do without each other?

Scenarios of a British exit from the EU

What consequences might occur if the UK decided to leave the European Union?

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