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Government cleaners in Greece reinstated in first anti-austerity move
Greece's new finance minister announces the reinstatement of some government cleaners
EU macro regions - a way to resolve issues with your neighbours?
Real Economy travels to Croatia,at the heart of one of the EU's macro regions, to see how a shared economy policy could boost prosperity.
The right balance: the economics of happiness
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Lithuania joins the club of countries that use the euro currency
Lithuania's prime minister has become the first in his nation to withdraw a euro banknote
Lithuania losing its litas to adopt the euro currency
On January 1, 2015 Lithuania will be the last Baltic nation to join the growing number of EU states to have adopted the euro. Like Estonia and
Out with the litas and in with the euro in Lithuania
Real Economy visits Lithuania, to analyse the economic consequences for the last Baltic country to join the euro in January 2015
Europe's road map to a digital economy
Europe has set out along the road to a digital economy, but there’s a long way to go and it could be making better progress. While this sector is
A health check on European banks
Are banks ready to take on the real economy? What do the stress tests carried out by the European Banking Authority (EBA) tell us about the state of
QE or not QE; that is the question
Quantitative easing programmes by some of the world’s most powerful central banks comes under the spotlight in this edition of Business Middle East
Energy and your wallet
In this edition of Real Economy we travel across Vienna, Berlin and Paris to discover the economic and energy-related challenges Europe faces
More budget flexibility within the EU?
In this edition of Real Economy we ask do some EU member states need more budget flexibility? Italy and France have both announced budgets that
After one year of exploring the Real Economy, what have we learned?
Over the past year, Real Economy has looked at everything from bailout exits to the banking union, explaining the economic elements that you should
Leaner but meaner: the economic benefits and human costs of structural reforms
Curing Europe of its economic ills has required some tough love and bitter medicine, some of which has come in the form of structural reforms. In