In January, consumer prices increased by 5.1 per cent in the Eurozone compared to a year ago, setting a record-high since the single currency was created more than two decades ago. Still, the European Central Bank (ECB) forecasts that the inflation rate in the Eurozone will stabilise and gradually decline over the course of this […]
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We need some form of deeper Eurozone integration, to mutualise and share risks.
This text is based on thoughts presented by Paolo Guerrieri at the FEPS conference “Looking for a different Europe. Reflections and perspectives” on 21st March 2017 Growth, equity and solidarity should be the three pillars on which to build the future of the European union. Over many past decades, the originality and attractiveness of the […]