In 2018, expect the euro area economy to put on the brakes – but not for the reason you may think

By |januar 9th, 2018|ageing, demographic change, ECB, Economic and Monetary union, euro area, Eurozone economy, Germany, Monetary policy, News|

The euro area economy has at last started to begin recovering convincingly from the past decade’s two recessions. But two big factors will moderate growth in 2018, writes Ilaria Maselli, citing the ageing workforce in Germany as being of particular concern.

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As populations age, time to talk about fertility

By |november 6th, 2017|ageing, ageing population, Fertility, News, population growth, Reproductive Health, reproductive rights, sexual health|

EU countries should take concrete actions to ensure that fertility treatments are reimbursed and made available irrespective of the income or place of residence of patients, writes Norica Nicolai.

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Dombrovskis: ‘There is appetite for a pan-European pensions product’

By |junij 29th, 2017|ageing, Capital Markets Union, investment, News, pensions, social security, Valdis Dombrovskis|

The European Commission will propose a new pan-European personal pension today (29 June). In an interview with journalists, Commission Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis argues that the new scheme would help save more money in an ageing society.

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