In just a few years 90 percent of the world’s demand will be from outside Europe. So this edition of Real Economy explores the world of trade, and
Twenty years after the launch of the single market we tend to take a lot of basic freedoms for granted.
Europe’s single market brought down trade
The property bubble that bust in 2008 following the financial crisis crippled several economies across Europe. Spain and Ireland were both badly
As Europe emerges sluggishly from its worst economic crisis in decades, international investors are starting to eye up the opportunities across the
An aging population is a problem Europe has been grappling with for some time.
In this edition of Real Economy, hosted by Maithreyi Seetharaman
Trade in the European single market represents over 20 percent of the EU’s GDP. However only a quarter of the bloc’s 20 million SMEs (Small and
Looking to the year ahead, are the EU economy’s green shoots outnumbering the dark spots? What dangers are there inside and outside the EU?
A more competitive Europe is the European dream in these days of austerity. But how to achieve it is always the question.
In this week’s Real
Europe is the world’s most popular tourism destination. And 40 percent of that activity is associated with cultural and historic heritage, thanks
Improving competitiveness is one of the big challenges facing Europe as it struggles on the road to economic recovery. Why are some businesses and
In this edition of Business Planet we’re in the Spanish city of Seville. Getting financial backing for new projects is not always an easy task for
On the next episode of Real Economy we put the spotlight on Europe’s regions. Their growth directly reverberates onto a national level, but are these
In this edition of Business Planet the focus is on the relatively new concept of KETS. As the programme’s reporter, Serge Rombi, explains: “In this
French Minister of Economy and Finance Pierre Moscovici has found the time in his first year and a half in that job to write a book about it. We
With Ukraine, one of the most ambitious deals the European Union has ever negotiated is being prepared for final signature in November: the Deep and
Consumer Price Inflation, quantitative easing, long term refinancing and outright money transfers. Now that’s a lot of jargon, but what does it
The campaign group British Influence has launched a cross-party EU manifesto in London called, “Better off In a Better Europe.” It seeks to set out
Just one plane helped the Malta School of Flying, founded in 2004 by two men, to now employ 20 people.
In 2012 the partners needed to grow.
One in four new businesses in Europe is what is known as a social entreprise. They provide opportunities for the most destitute and vulnerable in
With Europe still mired in recession, euronews asked the former President of the European Central Bank, Jean-Claude Trichet, to consider the results
The International Monetary Fund has trimmed its projections for global economic growth for this year and next.
It says that is to take into account
As the A-listers arrived in Davos, police marksmen looked down from the snow covered roofs of the picturesque Swiss ski resort. When the World
The deal reached in Brussels by European Union finance ministers on Thursday to create a single supervisor for the eurozone’s banks is the latest
Richard Wolff, Economics Professor at New York City’s New School, talks about the EU, the US and especially what he calls, the “contradictions of