Mário Centeno leaves the Portuguese government

By |junij 9th, 2020|Antonio Costa, Economy, Eurogroup, Mário Centeno, Minister of finance, News, Portugal, Portuguese Government|

Portugal's Finance Minister Mário Centeno, who also chairs the Eurogroup, will leave the Portuguese government, following a period of less than idyllic relations with Prime Minister Antonio Costa, and will be replaced by the state secretary for budget, João Leão

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Costa e Silva: Portugal’s surprising choice for new economic masterplan

By |junij 9th, 2020|Antonio Costa, Antonio Costa e Silva, Costa e Silva, Economy, Energy Trasition, News, Portugal, Portuguese recovery|

The controversial appointment of the largely unknown Costa e Silva as the man who should draft Portugal's economic plan for the next decade has become a key talking point in the country.

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Madeira: Portuguese archipelago invests in development of safe destination brand

By |junij 9th, 2020|coronavirus economic response, COVID 19 crisis, Covid tourism, Economy, Madeira Islands, News, Porto Santo, Safe travel|

The Portuguese islands of Madeira and Porto Santo will reopen to tourism on 1 July. After almost four months without revenue from one of its economic engines, the Atlantic archipelago's regional government seems optimistic about the reopening, but expe...

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The Brexit stalemate explained

By |maj 29th, 2020|Brexit, Brexit negotiation, Economy, News, no-deal|

Nearly four years after the UK voted to leave the European Union, we are back to a familiar conundrum: deal or no deal. Except that this time we are talking about the trade agreement that will govern future EU-UK relations....

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2020 will go down in history as the EU’s turning point thanks to COVID-19

By |maj 26th, 2020|Angela Merkel, coronavirus economic response, COVID 19 crisis, Economy, Emmanuel Macron, EU budget, European Commission, European Economic and Social Committee, Luca Jahier, MFF, News|

In the two months since mid-March, the European Union has seen a change of course that was unthinkable at the start of the year. Entrenched taboos are falling away, and things that had been awaited for more than 20 years are happening within days and w...

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With almost €100 billion in tax losses, Scholz announces another stimulus package

By |maj 15th, 2020|budget, coronavirus, COVID-19, economic recovery, Economy, News, Olaf Scholz|

For the German budget, the pandemic means greater expenditures and less income. For the first time since the financial crisis, tax revenues are falling but Finance Minister Olaf Scholz (SPD) is not thinking about austerity. On the contrary, another eco...

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BELGRADE – Serbia expects to see GDP growth this year, says finance minister

By |maj 7th, 2020|Air Serbia, Belgrade, coronavirus, COVID-19, Economy, GDP growth, health crisis, News, Serbia, The Capitals|

While Serbia's Finance Minister Sinisa Mali told a press conference on Wednesday (6 May) that his country's finances were stable as it has been preparing for a worse global scenario than predicted, he is expecting Serbia to report a growing GDP rate th...

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COVID-19: EU’s plan to save the economy

By |april 20th, 2020|coronabonds, coronavirus, COVID-19, Economy, eurobonds, News|

The European Commission estimates the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak could be greater than the financial crisis in 2008. In order to keep the economy running, the EU executive introduced flexibility for funds and national expenditure, memb...

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Time for a European public export credit insurance programme?

By |april 16th, 2020|COVID 19 crisis, Economy, EU insurance programme, export insurance, Insurance, News|

Over the last decade, public export credit insurance has become one of the major instruments of trade policy, used to support and encourage exports. According to the figures of Berne Union members, public credit insurance covered more than one trillion...

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In China, the time ‘after’ COVID-19 is beginning – but fear remains

By |marec 31st, 2020|China, coronavirus, COVID-19, Economy, News, Wuhan|

For weeks, China has hardly reported any new cases of coronavirus infections. The economy is showing signs of recovery, but the fear of a "second wave" remains.

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