The European Commission says Germany’s sound public finances mean it could put more money into public investment to boost growth.
Discussions between Greece, its European lenders and the International Monetary Fund on the country’s bailout obligations have dragged on for months as disagreements persist over fiscal issues, labour
Junker says complex Brexit talks will take longer than two years
Business Line looks at economic forecasts for the world and for Europe, seeing how forecasters are reexamining their perspectives and perceptions.
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An official EU forecast published on Monday said that Britain’s economic growth will slow over the next two years amid uncertainty that surrounds the country’s future relationship with the…
European Commission agrees new portability rules to end 'geo-blocking' so Europeans travelling within the EU will be able to access digital content.
In Brussels, there is increasing alarm over the Romanian government’s emergency decree, which critics say will reduce penalties for corruption.
Romanians have been writing to Euronews giving their views on the corruption controversy engulfing their country: Ion Sava, 35, a civil engineer, told Euronews: “The protests stems from the sneaky and
Romania has seen its biggest protests since the 1989 revolution after the new leftist government pushed through controversial anti-corruption reforms.
France’s National Front leader Marine Le Pen has defied a deadline set by the EU authorities for her to repay funds they claim she has misspent.
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Brussels says it will continue keeping tabs on Romania over corruption – “despite scores of MPs, mayors and magistrates being put on trial for graft in recent…
When cooking bread to make toast, or when frying, baking or roasting, strive for a slightly golden colour rather than a deep brown.
Fears are growing for thousands of refugees stuck with next to no shelter in sub-zero temperatures.
Euronews’ Maithreyi Seetharaman asked Valdis Dombrovskis, the European Commission Vice President for the Euro & Social Dialogue, Financial Stability, Financial Services & Capital Markets Union, if the
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The EU has begun legal action against seven member states for failing to police emissions cheating by car-makers after the Volkswagen scandal.
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JPMorgan Chase, Credit Agricole and HSBC have been fined a total of 485 million euros for their alleged role in a cartel to fix the price of Euribor interest…
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Michel Barnier, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator has given his first speech since taking office.
With members of the European Parliament recently voting to freeze EU membership talks with Turkey, and subsequent threats from President Erdogan, questions are mounting over the future of Brussels-Ank
The WTO has ruled Washington State illegally supported Boeing with tax breaks after complaint filed by Airbus.
Jean Claude Juncker addresses the 'big issues' affecting Europe and the EU today. From Trump, to Brexit and the rise of the far-right.