How does the Enterprise Europe Nework help SMEs grow?
Intellectual property can mean the difference between an SME going global or going to the wall. An EU business support system exists to help companies profit more from, and protect, their IP.
On Raw Politics this evening, the panel discusses some of today's top stories. From German Chancellor Angela Merkle calling on Germany to freeze arms sales with Saudi Arabia to the collision between the Italian government and the EC over their high debt budget.
The Italian government remained defiant of their debt-laden budget proposal, setting them on a direct collision course with the EU.
Six Europeans countries figure in the top 10 most competitive nations globally, according to the World Economic Forum.
Every day, some eight thousand Spaniards cross the border between Spain and Gibraltar to work on the rock ... By car, on foot, by bicycle ...
Now they are worried about Brexit.
The figure is a "sudden reversal of trend" according to the latest Eurobarometer survey. But it's not all doom and gloom as 62% of Europeans think their country's membership to the EU is a good thing.
As the Winter months loom and flu season rolls in, with Brexit impasses, trade conflicts and a debt-laden Italian budget, the European markets may catch a cold - with geopolitics the cause.
UN special representative, Louise Arbour, talks migration and climate change, and why Europe must open its doors to legal migration for its labour market.
Euro zone growth was better than expected in the second quarter, flash estimates showed on Tuesday, in a sign that the negative effects of global trade tensions might be seen only later in the year.
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.
Corporate investments in europe may be recovering but they are still far below pre-crisis levels in things like innovation and infrastructure.
One study estimates the world of work is changing ten times faster than the first industrial revolution and with three thousand times the impact. So, what can we expect to see in coming years?
Third industrial revolution pundit and President of Foundation on Economic Trends (FOET), Jeremy Rifkin firmly believes technologies are never neutral and technological infrastructures through history have never been neutral. They always come at a price.
The European Commission is to strike back at the US' 'illegal' imposition of tariffs on European steel and aluminium by imposing €2.8 billion in duties on US products.
Gender inequality is costing every one of us a fortune. World Bank CEO Kristalina Georgieva tells Euronews why and explains what needs to be done.
Watch the flagship economic event of the European Commission.
Finance ministers of the 28 EU countries reach agreement
Officials warn incoming Italian government to keep its debt under control
The European Union is reviewing its options after President Donald Trump’s threats to impose sanctions on companies doing business with Iran.
The two big winners from the Italian election have considered plans to pull out of the Euro, seek debt relief and raise benefits.
For low-income eurozone countries, holding their own in comparison with richer EU neighbours is an ongoing process
Life in a cab: our journalist spent 9 days trucking across Europe to uncover the human price of road transportation.
In this edition of Real Economy, we focus on the fallout from rising house prices. What does it mean for homeowners, those seeking to buy and for the economy as a whole? The fear of a new property bubble is in everyone's mind.
WIth unemployment among young people a continuous problem across Europe, apprenticeships are becoming an increasingly important source of work and Denmark is leading the way.
Last year the euro area and the EU both grew at the fastest pace in a decade