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Schengen suspension - latest stage in crisis of European Union

Main Europe The Schengen agreement, regarded alongside monetary union as one of the twin pillars of the European Union, is on the brink of collapse. Its looming suspension marks the latest stage in the crisis of MyInforms, 11 hours ago
Payback time in Schengen land Zaman, 4 days ago

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U S SENATE COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS : Cardin Statement on Strengthening the European Union

WASHINGTON -U.S. Senator Ben Cardin (D-Md), Ranking Member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, issued the following statement for the record on Strengthening the European Union. The statement addresses the challenges confronting the European ...
 4 Traders4 days ago The EESC standing shoulder-to-shoulder with the European Commission in managing the...  European Commission12 hours ago EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE GENERAL FOR ENLA : Joint Statement following the High-Level Political Dialogue between the EU and Turkey  4 Traders3 days ago

EU warns of higher risks to European economic growth outlook

The European Union's executive arm is warning that risks to the region's economy have intensified as a result of slower growth in China, weaker global trade and heightened geopolitical uncertainties. In its winter forecast, the European ...
 Miami Herald4 days ago The EU's €110bn problem: slow death of Schengen risks new crisis for Europe's battered economies  Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland1 day ago
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No 'draconian measures' for Greece: IMF

Home » World » Europe Friday, 05 February 2016 04:12 Posted by Imaduddin WASHINGTON: The International Monetary Fund does not wish to slap "draconian measures" on hard-up Greece but wants more government progress on pension reform, IMF ...
 Business Recorder4 days ago Lagarde: No draconian measures for Greece  Free Malaysia Today4 days ago No draconian measures for Greece: Lagarde ...  Daily Mirror Sri Lanka3 days ago
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Economic transition needs breathing space

Workers manufacture garment that will be exported to the European Union in Huaibei city, Anhui province, Dec 8, 2015. [Photo/IC] China's top economic planner said on Wednesday that the country's 2015 economic growth rate was within a reasonable ...
 CHINAdaily Africa4 days ago
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Zimbabwe Seeks to Restore Donor Relations to Obtain Loans

Zimbabwe plans to pay its debt arrears by June so that it can obtain financial support from the European Union after the vice president met with EU officials last week. We are engaging with the EU, and last week Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa ...
 Bloomberg5 days ago Chinamasa, VP seek sound donor relations  New Zimbabwe.com4 days ago Mnangagwa meet EU officials, seek to restore donor relations  Bulawayo24 News5 days ago Zimbabwe old guard seek to restore donor relations as debts to big banks more than half of GDP  Mail & Guardian Africa5 days ago
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Brexit Referendum to Postpone U.K. Rate Increase, Niesr Says

The Bank of Englandwill keep interest rates on hold until after Britain's referendum on European Union membership, the National Institute for Economic and Social Research said as it pushed back its forecast on the timing of an increase. The ...
 Bloomberg6 days ago
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IMF warns UK growth could suffer due to EU vote

Uncertainty about the outcome of Britain's referendum on leaving the European Union could hurt its economy, the International Monetary Fund said. LONDON; Uncertainty about the outcome of Britain's referendum on leaving the European Union could hurt its ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
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Slower euro zone growth gives ECB ammo to act in December

The 19-member euro zone grew by 0.3 percent in the third quarter, the European Union's statistics office Eurostat said on Friday, reinforcing expectations that the European Central Bank will expand its monetary stimulus next month.
 Money Control2 months ago German, French central bankers call for euro zone finance ministry  The Fiscal Times1 day ago Germany, France call for joint Eurozone finance ministry  MyInforms12 hours ago France, Germany Mull Creation of Joint Eurozone Finance Ministry  Sputnik14 hours ago
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IMF's Vinals asks who is in charge of Europe's financial stability

LONDON, Feb 5 (Reuters) - It was not clear who is in charge of overall financial stability in the European Union where several new institutions risk following their own objectives, Jose Vinals, head of the IMF's Monetary and Capital Markets ...
 London South East3 days ago IMFs Vinals asks who is in charge of Europes financial stability  Reuters UK3 days ago
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