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Greece: 400-year-old deal obsolete?
On May 15, word got out that Greece will go to the polls again on June 17. The left-wing, anti-austerity bloc has a fair chance of victory. Potentially, this ...
New EUbusiness study: only 2% of MEPs have financial experience
Who are the people responsible for reviewing and legislating on around 75% of all laws enacted in the 27 EU member states on behalf of 375m voters? As Europe ...
Economic mayhem and the 2009 European elections
At a time of financial turmoil, electing 700-odd representatives to the European Parliament in Strasbourg this June may seem somewhat of a sideshow.
Triple crisis result of artificial integration
The European crisis has unfolded in three stages. It started when the Great Recession set in. Soon afterwards, a political crisis broke out. Politicians failed ...
A new UK government
The UK has a new government and the prospects for climate policy are mixed. The promised policies on aviation and coal are stronger than those of the former ...
EU Summit: Reform the OJEU regulations and help Europe grow
Over the next 24 hours EU Prime Ministers gather for the latest Summit trying yet again to solve the EUs debt problems. They will also be considering how to ...
Europe figures low in German elections
The upcoming election in Germany is being widely touted as one of the most important elections of 2013. The pending outcome of this election is largely ...
Population change and the EU
Growth from smaller technology and service companies can deliver the taxes to pay for ageing populations. EUbusiness examines how.