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Mortgage consumer rules: Safe as houses?

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Growth returns, credit crunch lingers

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UK budget to boost small business cash-flow

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Default fears rise as EIB ramps up corporate lending

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Euro instability adds to business credit woes

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ECB sees no end to credit crunch

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SMEs take centre stage in tough Irish budget

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Accessing credit a daunting task for eco-innovators

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Credit crunch almost over, says ECB

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Cartel money should fund SMEs, says union leader

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EU plans to review mortgage access rules

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EIB launches SME loans for Eastern neighbours

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EIB 'will not play the role' of commercial banks

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SMEs need 'strong commissioner' for enterprise

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ECB: Credit misery drags on for small firms

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Industry: Tackle credit crunch to prevent W-style recovery

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Industry: Easing credit to SMEs will prevent W-style recovery

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EU economy picks up despite lending squeeze

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ECB survey sees credit crunch easing

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French SMEs struggling to access credit despite stimulus

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Mixed picture for European firms as credit crisis drags on

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Big business worries about SMEs' credit squeeze

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BusinessEurope: SMEs 'losing out' as banks favour big business

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Irish banks 'ignoring' EIB funds for SMEs

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Opinions

Now we can phone Kosovo, but is that enough?

Denis MacShane, Former Minister of the Balkans, British Government

Ukraine’s anti-corruption bureau is in fact anti-constitutional

Victor Solovyov and Roman Rukomeda, Experts, Ukraine

The autumn of our discontent?

Jan Techau, director, Carnegie Europe

Britain, chaos and Calais

Melanie Sully, Director, Vienna Institute for Go-Governance
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