All posts tagged euro zone

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September 2, 2019, by Independent Balkan News Agency

After four years, the capital controls in Greece have finally been lifted. The grounds for such a development had been laid by the previous government and has been implemented by […]

Poll: Support among Bulgarians for adoption of the euro drops to just less than half

June 7, 2019, by The Sofia Globe staff

Fifty-three per cent of Bulgarians believe that the euro has been good for the countries that already use the common currency, but only 49 per cent fa ...

CEP study: Germany gains most from euro introduction

February 26, 2019, by Deutsche Welle

A new study from the Centre for European Policy in Freiburg has shown Germany to have gained “by far the most” from the introduction of th ...

European Commission forecast sees EU economic growth as ‘moderate’ compared with recent years

February 7, 2019, by The Sofia Globe staff

The European economy is expected to grow for the seventh year in a row in 2019, with expansion forecast in every EU country, the European Commission s ...

  • Opinion: Post-austerity, Greece gets a second chance
    August 20, 2018, by Bernd Riegert of Deutsche Welle

    Despite all the mistakes that were made and all the hardships that the Greek people have had to endure, the country’s return to profitability is a success for the EU […]

  • Greek PM Tsipras says clean exit from bailout programme is in sight
    March 29, 2018, by Independent Balkan News Agency

    Greek Prime Minister  Alexis Tsipras addressed on March 28 a Regional Conference in Thessaloniki on the Reconstruction of Production for Central Macedonia, during which he extensively referred to the government’s […]