While the final figure is still subject to tough negotiations, we look at what conditions the European Commission is attaching to receiving rescue funds.
The European Commission’s proposed €750-billion coronavirus recovery fund should also help make the bloc’s economy more green and fit for the digital age, Executive Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis tells Euronews.
America is far from the perfectly functioning currency area so beloved by its European devotees. Rather, the US model of limited government at state level has exposed the fragile nature of the American dream.
Of the 750 billion euro recovery fund, the 500 billion euros would be given to EU countries as grants, the remaining 250 billion euros would be available as loans."
It comes after the German government and flagship carrier Lufthansa reportedly reached an agreement on state aid worth €9 billion.
Fixing and updating electronics is cheaper and more energy efficient than buying new ones.
"Europe is experiencing an economic shock without precedent since the Great Depression,'' the EU's economy chief Paolo Gentiloni said on Wednesday.
The European Union could use its seven-year budgetary plan to tackle inequalities that have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, leading European thinktank Bruegel says.
The EU must be there to support member states’ economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, former Greek Finance Minister George Papaconstantinou tells Euronews.
It comes after EU countries agreed a €500 billion coronavirus rescue package.
We explain the EU's coronavirus rescue deal and how it aims to provide safety nets for workers, businesses and EU countries hit by the pandemic.
"The bleak outlook applies to advanced and developing economies alike. This crisis knows no boundaries. Everybody hurts," says International Monetary Fund Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva.
EU Commissioner for Internal Market, Thierry Breton says "not one single country was fully prepared for this kind of crisis, but the EU is now getting a battle plan in place.
We ask Economy Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni if Europe is doing enough to avoid an economic crisis due to the coronavirus outbreak.
European leaders have already rejected the idea of "corona bonds" as a way of financing the COVID-19 response.
As a record number of citizens, including the most Eurosceptic, turn to the EU in search of emergency solutions, Brussels looks helpless. But who’s really to blame for the current situation?
The effect of the Coronavirus on the economy is being felt across the globe.
Aid packages are being introduced by countries in the hope these might help people who are unable to work and potentially in financial difficulties. The UK has pledged 330 Billion pounds and the US 1 Trillion dollars.
Euronews heads to the Danish town of Sonderborg to find out how they plan to become Europe's first carbon neutral city.
UK government departments prepared for #Brexit planning for both a 'deal' and 'no deal' scenario, following the 2016 referendum. Here's the bill.
France, Belgium, Italy, Spain and Greece are among the countries with debt-to-GDP ratios near or above 100%
Germany, Europe’s largest economy, has recorded a zero growth between October and December, as manufacturing remained in a slump and exports fell.
There are 5.5 million young people in Europe who are not in education, employment or training. New to the labour market, they are less likely to find a job or are often employed on temporary or part-time contracts.
The climate crisis has made headlines, but now European politicians are trying to put green policy into practice.
The European Central Bank has been leading efforts to stimulate growth for years, but some now say its financial toolkit is almost empty.
A new series of 'Real Economy' looks at some of the reasons why the forecast is gloomy and how opportunities can turn the tide.
Japanese car designer set to achieve greener goal 3 years early.