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Future EU 16-04-2013

Finnish Prime Minister calls for a ‘just and fair” EU

Speaking at the European Parliament on Tuesday, Finnish Prime Minister Jyrki Katainen called for greater economic and political integration in Europe. Addressing MEPs in Strasbourg, Katainen said that citizen support can only be gained through a 'just and fair' EU.
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Economy & Jobs 24-05-2012

EU prepares for ‘new stage’ in economic union

European leaders will discuss plans for deeper economic integration in the euro zone at their next meeting in June, after an inconclusive summit yesterday (23 May) saw open divergences between France and Germany over how to restore the EU's sluggish economic growth. European Council President Herman Van Rompuy will present a report exploring ways to deepen economic integration in the euro zone when EU leaders hold their next meeting on 28-29 June.
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Economy & Jobs 15-05-2012

Hollande to have first date with Merkel

They will meet in only a few hours. The new French president Francois Hollande has already warned German Chancellor Angela Merkel that he wants growth to be the way out of the crisis.
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Economic governance 15-03-2012

Euro Monitor: Which countries are best placed to exit the crisis?

The economic and financial crisis has revealed a number of weaknesses in the economic governance of the EU's economic and monetary union. The EU and its Member States have taken a series of important decisions that will mean stronger• economic and budgetary coordination for the EU as a whole and for the euro area in particular. Thus, in May 2011, the Member States agreed to establish a rescue mechanism worth €750 billion to protect the euro from collapsing under the weight of accumulated debt.
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Euro & Finance 16-09-2011

Wroclaw: Euro ministers struggle to find way out of crisis

Is this informal Ecofin meeting in Poland really bringing Europe closer to solving the euro crisis? It looks like nothing has been achieved. No new measures have been agreed here in Wroclaw, but that's just the way things go at informal meetings like this one. Greece underlined its commitment to meet its fiscal targets for this year and next. That also not a major new development.

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