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The World Economic Summit has opened in Davos to a background of economic and geopolitical changes.
They include a deepening debt crisis which is
Omnipresent in the background of the World Economic Forum in Davos is the sovereign debt crisis in the eurozone. The great challenge is to find the
It is Christmas time again. Despite the crisis, British people are spending nearly 84 billion euros on seasonal shopping, up 1 per cent from last
As the Nobel Awards are about to be handed out in Stockholm, Sweden euronew’s Isabelle Kumar caught up with Economics Prize winner Professor
Fuel economy continues to be a big driver of plane sales and at the Dubai Airshow green is the word.
While it develops its rival to Boeing’s
As the Dubai Airshow opened, the skies were filled with a series of aerobatics demonstrations.
Spain’s Juan Carlos I joined Emir Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoumwas in the United Arab Emirates on Friday, 11 November to officially open the 12th
Frédéric, from Brussels, asks:
In the current context of growing euroscepticism among people who despair for European integration for the moment
Meet Carlos Slim, the Mexican telecom tycoon who has nudged Bill Gates into second position for the third year running, cementing his place as the
They were the youngest delegates at the Women’s Forum in Deauville. Chiara, from Italy, Lena-Maria from Saudi Arabia and Pauline from Kenya. They are
The Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards were created in 2006. Each year since, six female entrepreneurs, each representing a major world region, are
‘What if…’ is the theme of the Seventh Women’s Forum, a bit like Davos but without the billionaire bling. Meeting this year in Deauville, 1,400
Ramallah’s construction industry is booming, and is seen as a symbol of economic growth in the West Bank.
The IMF and World bank praise the
Aurora Velez, Euronews: You’ve studied at Harvard, Oxford and Yale, how did you come up with the idea of creating this huge web of social
state of the union
For those of you who couldn’t follow the news during the week, Europe Weekly has a round up of the main events. We look at the eurozone crisis. Who
Monaco is the second smallest country in the world but it’s also one of the richest.
When Prince Albert inherited the throne, he promised to change
The upheaval sweeping the Arab world has generated new hope for the future, but investment will be crucial if demonstrators’ expectations are to be
When most think of the leading Muslim nations it is probably safe to say that Kazakhstan does not usually spring to mind.
Yet the sprawling Central
Many think this could be Africa’s century. The continent weathered the global recession relatively well and the IMF predicts faster growth than in
By this summer, the Croatian government wants to successfully close its European Union accession negotiations.
This means that no state subsidies