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Europe warns Greece's Syriza to stick to austerity

Europe warns Greece's Syriza to stick to austerity

The EU issued Monday a stern warning to Greece that its place in the eurozone is at risk if new Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras fails to meet the country's austerity and debt commitments.

EU ministers to meet on Ukraine crisis Thursday

EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini announced an urgent meeting of European foreign ministers Thursday to map out the bloc's response to the latest violence in Ukraine by pro-Russia separatists.

Second French suspect charged over Luxleaks tax probe

A second French suspect was charged Friday with theft and money-laundering in ongoing investigations into the leaking of secret tax avoidance deals between Luxembourg and multinational companies.

ECB stimulus will boost China's exports

A senior Chinese official welcomed the European Central Bank's quantitative easing measures on Friday, saying they will help boost the eurozone economy and in turn benefit China's exports.

Eurozone economy picks up in January: survey

Eurozone business activity picked up to a five-month high in January, a key survey showed Friday, just the day after the European Central Bank announced a 1.0-trillion-euro economic stimulus package.


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.