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Digital & Media 18-02-2021

Spain aims to become Europe’s biggest multimedia ‘hub’

The Spanish government will publish in “the coming weeks” a detailed roadmap to position the country as Europe's biggest multimedia "hub", said economic and digital transformation minister Nadia Calviño. EURACTIV’s partner EuroEFE reports. 
Economy & Jobs 23-11-2020

EU’s regions and local authorities brace for difficult times ahead – survey

Regional governments across the EU are bracing for difficult times ahead as they lack technical means and have scarce financial resources, according to a joint survey conducted by the European Committee of the Regions and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development. EURACTIV France reports.
Economy & Jobs 28-05-2020

‘A quantum leap’: German MEPs welcome EU debt for recovery plan

Until recently, the German government resisted taking on joint EU debt. Now, Germans are heaping praise on the recovery plan presented today by the EU Commission. EURACTIV Germany reports.
Economy & Jobs 05-01-2018

Eurozone economy’s growth ‘best in nearly seven years’

The eurozone economy closed out the year with the strongest growth in nearly seven years, driven by accelerating services and manufacturing activity across all major economies, a survey showed yesterday (4 January).
Development Policy 08-06-2017

Lessons from Iraq and India on building ‘resilient’ recovery after disasters

Examples of how to rebuild resilient societies in the wake of natural disasters and man-made conflicts, from countries are varied as Iraq and India, were on offer during the second day of the EU Development Days conference in Brussels on Thursday (8 June).
Trade & Society 30-08-2012

Europe’s fragmented digital market holding back recovery: Report

Europe has failed to create the right "ecosystem" that would encourage the creation of new ICT companies and sub-sectors, holding back the continent's post-crisis recovery, says a new study from the Brussels-based think tank Bruegel.
Regional Policy 20-07-2012

‘Green’ EU budget to pump more money into brownfields

SPECIAL REPORT / The EU's new regional funds for 2014-2020 will see more money allocated to the regeneration of brownfield sites, helping old industrial areas generate new economic activity.
Euro & Finance 22-05-2012

OECD: Eurozone crisis threatens world recovery

The OECD called on EU leaders today (22 May) to ease the pace of austerity, saying aggressive budget cuts to curtail the eurozone's debts threaten to suck the currency area into a downward spiral that could spill over into the global economy.
Digital & Media 29-02-2012

Europe lagging broadband benefits

Broadband technology is boosting GDP globally - especially in the developing world - but Europe remains the only continent where telecommunications business is running at a loss, according to speakers at the Mobile World Congress.
Euro & Finance 23-02-2012

EU enters in ‘mild recession’

The eurozone is heading towards a “mild recession”, according to updated European Commission forecasts, and will contract by 0.3% in 2012.
Central Europe 07-12-2010

Eastern EU countries face two-speed recovery

The eight East European countries that joined the EU in 2004 are bouncing back more quickly from the economic crisis than their Western neighbours, but Bulgaria and Romania, which joined three years later, are not out of the woods yet, according to the latest statistics. The EURACTIV network gives a round-up of the situation.
Euro & Finance 10-11-2010

Deep tensions over global economy ahead of G20

An all-day G20 planning session grew so intense that officials had to leave the door open to keep the room from overheating, underscoring deep tensions over global economic rebalancing one day before the start of a summit on 11 November.

Temp workers lead EU, US recovery

A sharp increase in temporary work - a traditional leading indicator of in the early phase of recovery - shows that many European countries and the United States are pulling out of recession, an industry association said yesterday (23 June).