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After a nail-biting month, Europe and Greece have finally reached an agreement that has supposedly satisfied both parties.

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Book review: European Spring: Why Our Economies and Politics are in a Mess and How to Put Them Right, by Philippe Legrain

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Marcin Piatkowski is a Senior Economist at the World Bank in Warsaw specializing in central Europe.

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The European Union is a union of sovereign states, who are sovereign in that they are entirely free to leave the EU.

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Germany runs a current account (trade) surplus which is almost twice that of China.

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Bond markets are notoriously fickle. They often seem to be driven by sentiment rather than deep analysis.

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On September 1st, the Italian Premier Matteo Renzi announced an ambitious plan of reforms known as the “1000-day plan” which is to be implemented b

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I was in the Far East recently doing some work in Singapore on behalf of IFSC Ireland.

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As the eurozone starts to emerge from the deep financial crisis of the last three years we should maintain a sense of economic urgency.

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The euro is one of the most important projects that the European partners have committed to since the

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