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Brussels, my love? The EU's economy & the 'make polluters pay' policy
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EU economy to 'narrowly' avoid a recession as inflation peak passes
The European Commission warns uncertainty is still elevated, with the economy dependent on Russia's war in Ukraine and tight energy markets.
How are EU households and businesses coping with the energy crisis?
The EU has introduced measures to help shield citizens from the impacts of exorbitant energy bills and global energy market disruption. But are they working?
Eurozone surprises by avoiding contraction in last quarter of 2022
France, Spain, Belgium and Portugal were among those who posted positive growth, while Germany, Italy and Austria contracted.
IMF improves economic forecast for the eurozone and Russia
The eurozone was "more resilient than expected," the International Monetary Fund said in its latest forecast.
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Gas prices fall, inflation eases. Can the eurozone escape a recession?
"It's not a brilliant year but it is a lot better than what we had feared," European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said last week.
More than 550 firms still do business in Russia. Many are from the EU
According to a Yale University database, European companies like Boggi, Benetton, Lacoste and Philips are still doing "business as usual" in Russia.
'Fears of relocation are real': Danish industry warns of US subsidies
The Inflation Reduction Act offers generous tax breaks and rebates for green technology, but only if it is manufactured in North America.
These jobs will get you hired in 2023, according to LinkedIn
LinkedIn’s latest ‘Jobs on the Rise’ list shows there are still bright spots in the European labour market.
Germany & France account for most EU subsidies. Why is that a concern?
The US Inflation Reduction Act has triggered an intense debate in the EU that pits industrial subsidies against fair competition.
'We want to compete on quality, not subsidies' with the US, warns VDL
The European Commission President said new sources of common funding should be created to compete against American green subsidies.
Nearly half of Europeans say their standards of living have declined
The latest Eurobarometer reflects growing pessimism across the EU as the cost-of-living crisis begins to bite.
Explained: What is core inflation and what it says about the economy
Core inflation attempts to give a more precise picture of the health of the economy and people's purchasing power.
Eurozone inflation falls back to single digits at 9.2%
The record-breaking surge in prices seen in 2022 is steadily abating, according to new numbers released by Eurostat.
Christmas food shopping impacted as inflation hits Belgian shoppers
According to surveys made by some of the larger supermarket chains, 75% of Belgians say they will celebrate a “more frugal” Christmas this year.
EU struggles to reach 'Made in Europe' deal as US subsidy plan looms
Despite having months to find a solution to counter the US Inflation Reduction Act, EU leaders in Brussels are still nowhere closer to finding a 'Made in Europe' deal.
EU single market prepares to celebrate its 30th birthday
An economic milestone, the single market changed lives for businesses and for people right across the continent and is continuing to do so today.
Hungary blocks €18 billion in aid for Ukraine and deepens rift with EU
The approval of the €18 billion in financial aid for Ukraine requires unanimity among the 27 member states.
Von der Leyen: EU must react to 'distortions' of competition from US
The multi-billion US programme to promote climate-friendly technologies in America is prompting the EU to find similar incentives
SME Assembly in Prague: How can firms weather Europe's economic storm?
Policymakers hope Europe's current energy concerns can be turned into an opportunity and help hasten the green transition.