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How the eurozone survived the Greek crisis

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Pier Carlo Padoan at the Lisbon Council, 20 April 2011 [Photo: Lisbon Council / Flickr]

Italy's Padoan calls for tighter eurozone integration

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Jeroen Dijsselbloem

Dijsselbloem: From virtual unknown to 'Mr Euro'

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The eurozone’s Five Presidents' report, and what it means for Britain

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EU's 'Five Presidents' lay out eurozone vision, with timetable

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Eurozone integration plans delayed by Grexit and Brexit threats

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Carmelo Cedrone and Joost Van Iersel, Rapporteurs on the recent EESC Own-initiative Opinion "Completing EMU: The political pillar"

Completing the European Monetary Union

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Leaked eurozone blueprint makes timid call for integration

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Franco-German eurozone blueprint rattles Cameron

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Anti-austerity violence mars opening of ECB's new HQ

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Frankfurt braces for anti-austerity demos as ECB opens new HQ

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Michel Sapin (left) and Jeroen Dijsselbloem at the Eurogroup, 13 Oct. 2014 [Photo: Council of the European Union]

France wins EU approval for two-year reprieve on deficit

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Michael Noonan

After France, Ireland wants EU budget flexibility

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Mario Draghi at the ECB Press Conference in Frankfurt am Main, on 4 Sept. 2014 [ECB/Flickr]

ECB, euro central banks, begin QE stimulus programme

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A solution for temporary debt mutualisation in the eurozone

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François Hollande

Hollande pledges €4bn in 'new savings' to meet EU deficit target

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Anne Perrot

What can economists say about the 'Macron Law'?

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German exports hit record highs in 2014, despite international crises

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Yanis Varoufakis

Greek and German ministers meet, to no avail

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Pierre Moscovici

French deficit takes centre stage in EU's winter forecast

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ECB sends warning message to Athens

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EU open to later Greek debt repayment, not forgiveness

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Markus Ferber

Markus Ferber: ECB bond-buying plan 'beyond mandate'

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The EU needs a fresh boost... fast!

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How accessibility in the cloud could redefine European citizenship

Tracy Mitrano, Director, Institute for Computer Policy and Law, Cornell University

There ain't no such thing as a free lunch

Paweł Jarczewski, CEO , Grupa Azoty
Europe needs a decisive and undoubted injection of real European democracy, argues Diogo Pinto.

We must tackle this unprecedented European crisis

Diogo Pinto, Secretary General, Fondation EurActiv

Change EU treaty so countries can leave the eurozone

Thomas Schuster, Professor of Economics and Quantitative Methods, Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University Mannheim
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