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Dress shops and florists left at the altar as COVID-19 hits weddings
Coronavirus lockdowns have put tens of thousands of weddings on hold. Now some shops fear the COVID-19 economic fallout will mean people many won’t be able to afford weddings planned for next year.
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Europe's week: Workers rights and tourism turbulence
This week we take a look at how trade unionists see Europe's record on fighting the economic fallout of coronavirus,
Swiss Secretary apologises for warning against international travel
Erik Jacob had said that uncertainty in the aviation industry was likely to remain for a considerable period of time, but has since clarified his comments and ays they were a "personal recommendation".
Varoufakis: COVID-19 economic fallout could heap more misery on Greece
"I very much fear that Greece will have the largest number of people who go hungry as a result of the economic dimension of this pandemic," Yanis Varoufakis tells Euronews
Europe 'should learn from Greece' in COVID-19 fight, says Papandreou
George Papandreou said Greece is using the lessons of the financial crisis to deal with the pandemic.
Bavarian brewery closes over covid-19
A brewery in Bavaria is one of many that are being forced out of business as a result of the coronavirus outbreak
'Job catastrophe': 1.25 billion workers face major hit from COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic is the biggest crisis since the Second World War, with more than a third of the global workforce at risk of "drastic" layoffs and wage cuts, warns the International Labour Organization.
Covid-19: What are the consequences for small and medium enterprises?
Unreported Europe explores the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on small and medium enterprises in Bulgaria, Hungary and Bosnia-Herzegovina.
EU hopes to mitigate lockdown and help workers with €100 billion fund
Brussels has launched a €100 billion fund to help those feeling the economic fallout from coronavirus lockdowns.
EU leaders need to be communicating a shared vision to get us through the coronavirus crisis ǀ View
The role of the European institutions has been seriously questioned during the past two weeks. As a passionate European, this hurts to see. Despite the efforts of the European Commission to help and to intervene in the crisis, member states have decided rather to take a national approach.
Number of children in absolute poverty in Italy has tripled since 2008
Save the children in Rome has released its latest edition of the Atlas on At-Risk Children in Italy report on the occasion of the launch of the campaign 'Let's Light Up The Future'.
Social gap widens after Greek economic crisis and bailout programmes
Ago Kouitimi and Tassos Athanasopoulos had many things in common, both enjoying a good standard of living. Until the startling impacts of the economic crisis hit Greece, increasing the social gap between the workers drastically.
Stock market drops and China trade woes evoke the trauma of 2008 — but don't panic (yet) ǀ View
Even if the U.S. economy is slowing, that doesn’t mean we're headed back to the dark days of the Great Recession.
OECD: Rebuilding trust in institutions is 'world's greatest challenge'
Rebuilding people's trust in institutions is the world's greatest challenge, Angel Gurria, head of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), told Euronews' Jannat Jalil.
Cuba extends rationing as shortages bite
Cuba imports 60 to 70% of its food and blames the latest shortages on the decades long US trade embargo.
Venezuelans wade across border river in exodus to Colombia
Thousands of Venezuelans are taking to the border river with Colombia to escape shortages, crime and a flailing economy back home.
Venezuela: 1 litre of milk could cost a third of your wage | #TheCube
#TheCube | "Hyperinflation is too great for families to feed themselves." Amid a political crisis and growing economic collapse, what is hyperinflation like for Venezuelans? The Cube reached out to social media users who told their stories through receipts.
Greek bailout: The economy before and after
As it successfully exits its eight-year-long bailout program, Euronews takes a look at how the Greek economy is faring now compared to 2010, when it first received money from creditors.
Merchants in Venezuela face impossible choice
After Venezuela's president announced a sixty-fold increase in the minimum wage merchants may be forced out of business
Working poor, the new class after the 2008 crisis | View
Since the onset of the economic crisis in 2008, the working poor has emerged as a growing concern in Europe. Those who belong to this group are employed but their income isn’t high enough to maintain the typical standard of living in their society.
Half a burger? Here's what one month's pay will get you in Venezuela
Minimum wage in Caracas can buy you five cups of coffee — or half a burger. But what other things can you buy with one month's pay in the South American country?
Argentina announces $50bn standby deal with IMF
Agreement is a turning point in a country where many blame the IMF for the 2001 economic crisis
U.K. Government sells RBS shares for huge loss
U.K. Government has sold 7.7 percent of its RBS shares at half the price they bought them for
Venezuelans flee to Colombia to escape economic meltdown
In a special report Euronews' Monica Pinna travels to the Colombia border to witness the mass exodus of Venezuelan migrants.
Venezuela's Maduro not welcome at key Americas summit
Venezuela's president is criticised by neighbouring nations for his handling of the country's economic and political crisis.
"Nationalism and populism are the cancer of Europe"
Spain's former prime minister Felipe Gonzalez shares his hopes and fears with Euronews