Thursday, April 3, 2014
Once seen as a “Silicon Valley” of the Soviet Union, the tiny Caucasus nation of Armenia is hoping the launch of its first tablet computer and smartphone could kickstart a comeback for the country's tech sector.
Greece will tap bond markets in the next three months for the first time since it needed international rescue loans in 2010, the finance minister said Tuesday, hours after fellow eurozone countries agreed to release more bailout funds.
The European Commission on Wednesday fined 11 producers of high-voltage power cables a total of 300 million euros for operating a cartel that secretly split up the global market.
The German cabinet Wednesday adopted draft legislation establishing a fixed national minimum wage of 8.50 euros (US$11.70) to be phased in from 2015 and fully in place from 2017.
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Germany reduced its public debt in 2013, but it still remains way above a key EU ceiling, new data showed on Tuesday.
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Inflation across the 18-country eurozone fell again in March to reach its lowest level in over four years, piling pressure on the European Central Bank to ease its monetary policies further.
Greece's parliament late on Sunday narrowly approved an omnibus bill of reforms tied to the country's next tranche of EU-IMF loans, the parliament speaker said.
French public deficit and debt in 2013 were higher than previous government estimates, official data showed on Monday, dealing a fresh blow to President Francois Hollande a day after disastrous local polls.
German retail sales, a closely watched measure of household confidence, increased in February, official data showed on Monday.
Saturday, March 29, 2014
Spain reported Friday its first fall in consumer prices in more than four years, feeding fears that the eurozone could fall into the grip of a deflationary spiral.