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Future EU 06-11-2017

Britain frozen out as EU finance chiefs plot future

European Union finance ministers meet without Britain in Brussels on Monday (6 November) to try to iron out their differences on plans to reform the euro in the wake of the shock Brexit vote.

Economy & Jobs 08-08-2017

Madrid will push for a eurozone budget and eurobonds

The Spanish government is expected to put pressure on France, Germany and Italy to move to a deeper economic and monetary union by establishing a eurozone budget as well as a finance minister.

Economy & Jobs 28-02-2017

EU centre-right sets the tone for the Commission’s EMU paper

EXCLUSIVE / An innovation-driven economy where rules are respected and the labour market is flexible will help Europe ensure its position in a constantly changing world, according to a European People’s Party document seen by EURACTIV.com.

Economy & Jobs 22-02-2017

EU to say French economy out of balance, Germany surplus too high

The European Commission will tell France on Wednesday (22 February) its economy is improving but still has excessive imbalances, while chiding Germany over its current account surplus and warning Italy it must reduce its rising public debt, an EU official said.

Elections 29-11-2016

Fillon: French Sovereignty and European integration?

The centre-right candidate for next year's French presidential election presents himself as a defender of French sovereignty who wants to limit the powers of the European Commission. But he also supports further European integration in some areas. EURACTIV France reports.

Global Europe 12-01-2015

The EU needs a fresh boost… fast!

The European authorities appointed in the wake of the 2014 elections have an historic, not to say overwhelming, task ahead of them, write Jacques Delors, Pascal Lamy, and António Vitorino.

Euro & Finance 18-11-2014

Paul Jorion: ‘Jean-Claude Juncker’s moral authority has been damaged’

In an Interview with EURACTIV France, Paul Jorion calls for a U-turn in European policy and for the cancellation of eurozone debt.

Euro & Finance 07-11-2014

Eurozone backs ESM credit line for Greece after bailout exit

Eurozone finance ministers backed a precautionary credit line for Greece on Thursday (6 November), after the country exits its bailout at the end of the year, in a bid to balance the need to reassure investors with the demands of Greek politics.

Euro & Finance 22-07-2014

Eurozone’s debt rises in first quarter, set to peak this year

Eurozone public debt rose to 93.9% of economic output in the first quarter of this year, approaching the peak it is expected to reach later in 2014, official data showed on Tuesday (22 July).