Poland lashes out against EU and Paris over French deficit

By |januar 4th, 2019|deficit, excessive deficit procedure, News|

Poland on Friday (4 January) accused France of breaching European Union laws by exceeding spending limits, the latest in a series of long-running clashes between the two member states. Paris last month forecast a 2019 deficit of 3.2%, which would...

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New Italian economy minister vows to stay in euro, cut debt level

By |junij 11th, 2018|anti-euro, debt, deficit, Giovanni Tria, Giuseppe Conte, Italian elections 2018, Lega Nord, News|

Italy's new coalition government has no intention of leaving the euro and plans to focus on cutting debt levels, Economy Minister Giovanni Tria said on Sunday (10 June), looking to reassure nervous financial markets.

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Commission levels up France on economic imbalances

By |marec 9th, 2018|Competitiveness, debt, deficit, European Semester Winter Package, Finance, France, labour market, macroeconomic imbalances, News, productivity, public debt, vocational education and training|

The Commission highlights the progress of French competitiveness but also points out structural issues in the French economy. EURACTIV.fr reports.

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End to austerity? Poll gamble exposes rift in Britain’s ruling party

By |julij 19th, 2017|Austerity, Brexit, conservative party, deficit, Labour Party, migrant workers, News, Philip Hammond, Theresa May, Tories, United Kingdom|

An early election was meant to bind the Conservatives to Theresa May's agenda for at least five years, but instead it has badly shaken the governing party with ministers questioning its seven-year pursuit of austerity.

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Italy greenlights plan to cut deficit by €3.4 bn

By |april 12th, 2017|deficit, Economy, Italy, News, Paolo Gentiloni, stability pact, trade|

Italy's debt-burdened government approved a package of economic reforms Tuesday (11 April) designed to cut €3.4 billion from its deficit this year, Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni said, following pressure from Brussels.

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