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Explained: Why the rouble has recovered despite Western sanctions
Russia's national currency appears to have defied international sanctions. But the rebound is highly misleading.
Brussels to present circular economy plans in bid to reduce waste
The aim is to limit the use of natural resources and create jobs and growth that is more sustainable.
Russia claims it has made first debt payment and avoided a default
There were fears that Moscow would default on its bond payments after having its assets frozen due to the invasion of Ukraine.
Why is inflation so high in Europe & what can be done to slow it down?
Soaring energy prices are one of the main driving forces behind the rise in costs across the continent.
Belgian inflation rises to highest level since 1983
Wages in Belgium are automatically indexed against inflation, meaning workers pay increases at the same time.
Pressure mounts on Brussels to help reduce 'ghost flights' in Europe
Airlines are currently expected to fly at least 50% of their flights or risk losing the slots used at airports to take off and land the following year.
Spain first to receive EU pandemic recovery funds as others lag behind
With the Spanish government set to be the first to receive money from NextGeneration EU, the state-of-play for other member states is much different.
European Business Summit: Challenges and opportunities amid 4th covid wave
Euronews went to the yearly European Business Summit which is happening in Brussels for more than 20 years and spoke to some of the key players of the business scene in Europe.
Eco-design, the way to make products greener before they've even been produced
Before making a product like a kitchen, you have to design it. Eco-design is helping to better respect the environment by reducing the use of resources and by recycling. In Russia and in Baltic countries, a European project is promoting these environmental dimensions of design.
EU governments approve plan to rival China's Belt and Road Initiative
China's Belt and Road initiative was launched in 2013 to expand the country's influence worldwide.
'All 27 EU countries to fully recovery from COVID crisis in 18 months'
The European Commission President credits the vaccine roll-out and the €750-billion recovery fund as the key elements behind the recovery.
Ex-owners of Italian steelworks jailed over deadly factory pollution
The former owners of Ilva steelworks, Fabio and Nicola Riva, were handed 22 and 20 years in jail respectively for allowing their Taranto-based factory to emit deadly pollution.
OECD: Much of Europe to take three years to recover from pandemic
Many of Europe’s economies are expected to take nearly three years to recover to pre-pandemic levels, despite global prospects improving as countries open up and roll out vaccination programmes.
Greece wants to boost growth by 7% from €57bn pandemic recovery plan
Athens will receive €30.5 billion in European Union funds as part of the bloc's so-called Recovery and Resilience Facility.
How does Italy plan to spend its €222bn share of COVID recovery cash?
The country has the biggest share of the European Union's €750 billion pandemic recovery fund.
100 days on, what impact has Brexit had on UK-EU trade?
100 days after post-Brexit rules kicked in, trade bodies foresee long-term supply problems while some smaller UK businesses have been shut out of EU markets altogether.
Europe must speed up vaccine rollout to boost economy, says OECD
The Paris-based group warns that sluggish vaccine rollouts in Europe could see the economic recovery lag behind the likes of Israel, the US and the UK.
Economic forecast: Some EU countries will recover in 2021, others must wait until 2022
Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni warned that uncertainty remains high but that the vaccine roll-out and the EU's recovery fund could help accelerate growth in 2021.
Belgian businesses look for new opportunities amid pandemic
Belgian companies are having to find new opportunities during the pandemic in order to stay afloat.
Georgia’s potential at risk because of creeping Russian influence and private interests ǀ View
With elections looming at the weekend, Georgia's political and economic progress to date could be at the stake as it comes under increasing pressure from private interests and malign Russian influence.
Think of COVID-19 in bars like cigarette smoke, says expert
It comes as bars across Europe are facing new restrictions amid a fresh wave of coronavirus.
Greece's economy to shrink by estimated 8.2% this year
Greece's economy is expected to shrink by an estimated 8.2% this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
UK announces new jobs support measures to replace furlough scheme
The British government will subsidise wages for workers whose hours are cut due to COVID-19 restrictions.
SMEs seek financial lifeline as coronavirus crunch begins to bite
The EU has allocated €209 billion to Italy where thousands of people have lost their jobs, but small businesses are worried that they might be left out.
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Europe's week: Brexit brinkmanship and reviving the EU's fortunes
This week Brexit talks took a new direction after the UK's admission it would break international law. We also take a look Europe's lopsided economic recovery.
Is Europe heading for a K-shaped economic recovery?
What then about the recovery? Talk about a V-shaped one has been replaced by one resembling the letter K, says Euronews' Darren McCaffrey.