Germany’s slowing growth is penalising the whole of Europe

By |avgust 19th, 2019|Automotive Industry, destatis, Eurozone, GDP, Germany, international trade, job creation, News, slowdown, US-China trade war|

The European train is slowing down as one of its main drivers, the German economy, is experiencing a slowdown. At the same time, job creation across the EU is declining. EURACTIV's partner Euroefe reports.

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Wealth researcher: ‘GDP growth doesn’t affect French people’s happiness’

By |oktober 24th, 2018|budget, Édouard Philippe, finance bill, GDP, Growth, new indicators of wealth, News|

As the debate on the French finance bill for 2019 kicks off, the discussion will focus on growth. Once again, the French government has failed to publish its assessment of the new wealth indicators on time. EURACTIV France reports.

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What kind of budget do Europeans need?

By |april 17th, 2018|european budget, European social pillar, GDP, member states, Multi-Annual Financial Framework (MFF), News, welfare state|

The EU's new multiannual budget must reflect its new ambitions. Europe must assert itself as a geopolitical entity, as a democratic power with not only an economic dimension but social and cultural as well, writes MEP Maria João Rodrigues.  

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Debt: A measure of EU democracies illness

By |marec 2nd, 2018|debt, GDP, Multi-Annual Financial Framework (MFF), News, PP, PSOE|

In discussions over the EU's next multi-annual budget, EU institutions need to pursue their efforts to decrease the burden of debt, write Cécile Philippe and Diego Sanchez de la Cruz.

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Two conflicts with the potential to increase European welfare

By |marec 1st, 2018|Brexit, decarbonisation, GDP, migrants, News, refugee crisis|

The answer to two major European conflicts, Brexit-induced financial problems and the refugee crisis, could be welfare-enhancing. Only after implementing solutions to those problems can Europe start to reform governance and boost innovation, writes Karl Aiginger.

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Let’s talk about the losers of protectionism

By |marec 1st, 2018|business, GDP, globalisation, labour rights, News, protectionism, Sweden|

European politicians have a big role to play in communicating why globalisation matters. We need politicians that are brave enough to talk about the losers of protectionism, not just the losers of globalisation, writes Carola Lemne.

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