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Eurozone deflation accelerates to record low in January

Eurozone deflation accelerates to record low in January

Eurozone consumer prices fell by a record 0.6 per cent in January, EU data showed Friday, confirming deflation could be taking hold and putting pressure on a historic bond-buying plan by the ECB to deliver.

Under fire, Germany suspends minimum wage for transit truckers

Germany slammed the brakes Friday on applying its new minimum wage to foreign truck drivers transiting the country in a move welcomed by Poland which vigorously opposed the system.

EU, Germany warn Greece over debt reduction ambitions

The European Union and Germany warned Greece's radical new left-wing government Thursday that there is little support for a reduction in its massive debts, on the eve of its first talks with its eurozone partners.

EU to expand Russia blacklist, ready for more measures over Ukraine

The EU agreed Thursday to add new names to a sanctions blacklist over Russia's involvement in Ukraine and will start work on possible further measures, foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said.

EU air safety body urges 'extreme caution' in Pakistan airspace

The European air safety agency has warned airline operators to show "extreme caution" when flying over Pakistan amid fears of possible terror attacks.


Airline's collapse a new blow to recession-hit Cyprus

Cyprus Airways - Photo Konstantin von WedelstaedtThe collapse of Cyprus Airways nearly two years after a financial earthquake shattered the economy has dealt a new blow to the recession-hit Mediterranean island.

European Parliament votes through new powers for governments to ban GM crops

The European Parliament has voted to grant national governments new powers to ban the cultivation of genetically modified (GM) crops in their territories. The decision for the first time allows governments to ban entire categories of GM crops.

Transport Planner - Engineer - Economist, European Investment Bank

The EIB, the European Union's bank is seeking to recruit for its Advisory Services, JASPERS (Joint Assistance to Support Projects in European Regions) Department, Independent Quality Review (IQR) Division, a Transport Planner/Engineer/Economist.

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Quantitative easing, deflation explained

Sovereign bond purchases, known as quantitative easing (QE), used by central banks around the world to stimulate their economies, is controversial in Europe because it is seen as a way of printing money to pay the way for governments out of debt, which the ECB is expressly forbidden from doing under its statutes.

Eurofound Annual work programme 2015

Eurofound Annual work programme 20152015 marks the third year of implementation of Eurofound's four-year work programme 2013-2016, From crisis to recovery: Better informed policies for a competitive and fair Europe. The multi-annual strategy laid down in the four-year programme provides Eurofound with a clear framework for the development of its annual programmes.