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25 September 2011 13:54 IMF to Take Over Global Economic Governance

Three years ago, at the G20 summit in Pittsburgh, it was finally acknowledged that the G20 was the new global format. Thus the death of the G7 was announced, as the group defining global agenda for the only reason that it consisted of the seven most economically developed countries. In 2009, a y ...

12 August 2011 13:21 Creditors and debtors of all countries - unite!

Now it is absolutely clear - a new global crisis is inevitable. It is also clear that not everyone understands this, so we can hardly expect concerted efforts or at least an attempt to soften the crash. In the past few weeks market tension has increased to an extent indicating that hysteria is u ...

7 January 2011 10:41 Industry Watch: The debt crisis in the euro area does not affect Bulgaria for now

Just days before the European Council in Brussels, which was expected to find a solution to the debt crisis in the euro area, the analyst company Industry Watch made the first in Bulgaria analysis on the situation in the peripheral economies in the euro area and their connection to Bulgaria. Acc ...

29 June 2010 09:27 G20: balance on the edge of growth

Contrary to the expectations that the emotions of the football game between England and Germany can stretch the frozen in a deadlock disputes in the G20, this did not happen. The leaders of the 20 most developed economies concluded their meeting in Toronto with a compromise declaration, which re ...

26 June 2010 21:00 Who will win in Toronto?

Economic recovery and a balance of public finances; reform of global financial system; enhancing international financial institutions; building the future through trade liberalisation and investments. These are the priorities of the summit this weekend in Toronto of the 20 most developed economi ...

15 August 2011 10:26 Let's leave theory to economists - there will be a crisis

The debt crisis in the eurozone is deepening and already bit Italy and is approaching France - two of the largest economies in the monetary union. In the meantime, on the other side of the Atlantic, the United States managed to closely avoid a default after reaching a hard and not very reasonabl ...

22 March 2011 12:06 The economic spring expected to be hot

The dreamed golden ratio in the global economy seems to be hiding again behind the horizon with growing concerns of overheating in some emerging economies that are important for the global power balance. An analysis of the American think-tank Carnegie, by the authors Uri Dadush and Bennett Stanc ...

23 November 2010 11:32 Low-debt countries are now the latest fashion

The problem with debt - both private and public - lies in the foundation of the global crisis and the unsustainable economic recovery. This is one of the conclusions in the analysis of Dr Constantin Vayenas, Head of the Emerging Markets Research department at the UBS, who was in Sofia at the inv ...

27 June 2010 15:30 G20 is awaiting the England - Germany football game

The G20 meeting in Toronto is starting with football passions - the epic game between England and Germany for the World Cup in South Africa. The leaders of the two countries - David Cameron and Angela Merkel even consider watching the game together. Cameron told journalists, that he "will try no ...

3 May 2010 16:49 EU: Sofia is an optimist, but reforms are needed!

The objectives in the Bulgarian Convergence Programme are broadly in line with the requirements of the Stability Pact, but the programme is based on more favorable forecasts, there is a lack of long-term measures and there are some serious risks for its implementation. This is written in the ass ...

 
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Adelina Marini #ruleoflaw Timmermans: We cannot take into account how some people will react if there is a clear legal need to act
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#EUCO This afternoon, in Brussels, will begin the last EU summit this year. It will be the first that will work on Donald Tusk's Leaders' Agenda (details in the link below). In his agenda two topics are planned for the December European Council - migration and the future of the EMU. Both have already created strong tensions between Tusk and the Commission after the European Council president came up with documents of his own, which are much more reduced than those of the Commission, and reactions in the building across the street were furious. The leaders will mark the launch by 25 member states of PESCO at a special ceremony today. Leaders will be joined by NATO secretary general to discuss EU-NATO cooperation. Leaders are also expected to extend sanctions against Russia after hearing a report by Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron on the implementation of the Minsk agreements. Progress on the Brexit negotiations will be discussed on Friday. This is one of the toxic issues on the agenda. On Friday will take place also the expanded euro area summit, which is open for non-euro countries as well. Stay tuned for details and live updates throughout the day and tomorrow! euinsi.de/0Dcy
14 December 2017 10:17
Adelina Marini #EUCO Juncker: I'm sure Avramopoulos's words are a misunderstanding and we should not pay so much attention
15 December 2017 14:49
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During a hearing at the economic committee of EP #Eurogroup chairman Jeroen Dijsselbloem paid tribute to #Greece for the impressive implementation of the 3rd bailout programme
7 December 2017 09:19
Adelina Marini #Eurogroup Dijsselbloem: I remember when #Germany as the sick man of Europe but they did significant reforms. I'd tell the Germans that this impact won't last forever
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