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  • Europe's 5G wake-up call

    18-07-2019 03:42:00

    Whereas the battle over 4G was essentially commercial, focusing on job creation and profits, the ongoing 5G debate is about geopolitics, technological leadership, and national security

  • Don't fear the Eurosceptics

    09-05-2019 23:30:00

    After all, Eurosceptic or "Euro-hostile" parties are nothing new

  • Who's afraid of low inflation?

    11-04-2019 23:11:00

    Central banks in advanced economies fear that this lack of inflation could quickly turn into falling prices, and that any slide into such outright deflation would be catastrophic

  • The mirage of a global euro

    07-02-2019 23:51:00

    The euro's importance in global reserves and financial markets today is about the same as it was two decades ago

  • The euro turns 20

    29-01-2019 00:57:00

    For ordinary citizens, little changed until cash euros were introduced in 2002

  • The myth of China's forced tech transfer

    13-11-2018 23:17:00

    American and European companies do not have to invest in China; if they choose to do so, knowing that it will require them to share their technology, it is because they still expect to earn a profit

  • Europe's trade coup

    15-08-2018 23:08:00

    Ensuring that the EU does not face the same tariffs as China is particularly significant, because European suppliers are Chinese exporters' main competitors

  • European Union's Dublin conundrum

    19-07-2018 05:57:00

    Given the EU's population of over 500 million, that number is eminently manageable

  • How EU should react to US steel tariffs

    23-05-2018 05:58:00

    Voluntary export restraints by Europe could hand Trump an apparent victory, while benefiting EU's steel producers

  • Trade wars: Winner takes it all

    13-04-2018 05:57:00

    Excess capacity is a recurrent phenomenon in the steel sector, and has always produced friction

  • A Brexit gentlemen's agreement

    11-03-2018 22:34:00

    The main barrier to keeping the UK in EU's customs union is political, yet it can be overcome by an informal agreement between the two

  • Whither the multilateral trading system?

    07-12-2017 22:42:00

    The world should prepare itself for the erosion of the rules-based trading system enshrined in the WTO

  • Japan's demographic lessons for Europe

    21-11-2017 22:43:00

    Japan's full employment and high job growth, despite falling prices, should make us reconsider the 'unbearable costs' of deflation

  • Europe's return to crisis?

    12-10-2017 22:42:00

    As Spain's internal conflict escalates, a return to crisis in Europe may seem all but inevitable

  • Why are illiberal democrats popular?

    21-08-2017 22:43:00

    European strongmen have retained popular support by maintaining economic freedom