The European Central Bank has finally launched its highly anticipated stimulus programme.
Known as “quantitative easing”, it’s aimed at raising inflation, making borrowing easier and kick-starting the economy. That’s if it works.
The Greek cabinet is trying to do its job in a very creative way. The government’s idea is to engage non-professional tax inspectors, like students and tourists, to fight fraud. In this edition we look at why tax evasion is such a big problem for Greece.
And we take a closer look at the Apple Watch: what can it do, how much does it cost and what it means for the world’s richest company. But, most of all, is it worth your money? In our dedicated segment “This is I.T.” we’ll take a look at the pros and cons.
All that – in this edition of Business Line.