WTO foresees global trade halved in 2019

By |oktober 3rd, 2019|Airbus, China, Donald Trump, economic growth, EU, global trade, News, trade wars, United States, World Trade Organisation, WTO|

The World Trade Organisation (WTO) has lowered its global trade growth forecasts for 2019 to 1.2%, compared with its earlier 2.6% prediction issued last spring, with South and Central America bucking the downward global trend. EURACTIV's partner La Tri...

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Global growth continues to weaken, World Bank report confirms

By |junij 5th, 2019|China, economic growth, Eurozone, financial markets, France, News, real estate, trade wars, US, World Bank|

After the IMF and the OECD, the World Bank has also cut its 2019 growth forecasts. Uncertainties over trade and investment are at the root of this slowdown, which is also affecting the eurozone. EURACTIV France reports.

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German economy expected to grow despite Brexit risks, minister says

By |januar 3rd, 2019|Brexit, economic growth, Germany, News|

Britain’s impending departure from the European Union poses a big risk, but domestic demand is still fuelling growth in the German economy, Europe’s largest, economy minister Peter Altmaier said in an interview published on Thursday (3 January).

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Local organisations are fighting youth unemployment in Europe: this is how

By |december 21st, 2018|cohesion policy, economic growth, economy and jobs, News|

More than three million young people are unemployed in the EU and although Europe does not have competences over the labour market, it helps fighting unemployment including through the use of the Cohesion Fund. We have travelled across Europe to find o...

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Italy’s economy minister: Lower growth, higher deficit next year

By |avgust 9th, 2018|economic growth, eurozone debt, Giovanni Tria, IMF, Italy, News|

Italy on Wednesday (8 August) cut its forecasts for economic growth and said the country's public deficit this year and in 2019 would be larger than previously forecast, potentially lining it up for a clash with Brussels.

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IMF concerned over global trade war

By |julij 18th, 2018|Donald Trump, economic growth, International Monetary Fund, international trade, News, trade wars, US tariffs|

The International Monetary Fund continues to project global growth at 3.9%  in 2018, but a rise in trade tensions “are an important downside risk”. EURACTIV’s partner La Tribune reports.

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Ukrainian reforms – is the glass half full or half empty?

By |julij 2nd, 2018|anti-corruption, economic growth, economic recovery, elections, News, Ukraine|

Over the last four years, Ukraine has made some tremendous changes to become a functioning market economy and a liberal democracy, a feat which is scarcely recognised by others, writes Ivan Miklos.

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Member states should renew fiscal vows

By |maj 15th, 2018|budgetary rules, economic growth, European fiscal compact, News, public debt, stability and growth pact|

In 2012, all but two EU member states committed themselves to strengthening the rules and institutions that govern their national budget preparation processes by signing the European Fiscal Compact. However, little has been done since, writes Michal Ho...

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Why we need to stabilise the Western Balkans

By |maj 14th, 2018|digital economy, economic growth, News, public private partnerships, sustainable development, Western Balkans, youth leadership|

As Europe is confronted by different visions about its future, the question remains how these different visions will affect the developments in the Western Balkans. The Balkans remain fragile, and the external pressures and internal divisions could del...

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EU-backed programme promotes decentralisation of politics in Ukraine

By |april 10th, 2018|decentralisation, economic growth, energy independence, Michael Gahler, News, u-lead, Ukraine|

After centuries of being dependent on a central power, the villages of Ukraine are starting to feel the benefits of self-governance thanks to a European Union-backed program called U-LEAD, which has already tripled rural resources and boosted sleepy ec...

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