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Adriana Cerretelli | 19.06.13 | 05:59
After years—decades—of tension and competition, the U.S. and Europe suddenly find themselves embracing for the mutual benefit of both.
Alberto Quadrio Curzio | 19.06.13 | 05:57
In comparison to other euro zone countries—Spain in particular—Italy has given the EU much more than it has received over the years. Now, in the midst of the worst recession ever, it is time to ask for some support back.
Leonardo Maisano | 18.06.13 | 05:59
At the G-8 summit in Northern Ireland, an EU-U.S. free trade agreement that is on the table could bring in billions of euros and jobs for both economies, but foreign policy is floundering.
Marco Fortis | 18.06.13 | 05:58
Italy’s economic fundamentals were not weak before the austerity measures imposed by the EU in 2011.
Claudio Gatti | 18.06.13 | 05:57
An exclusive reconstruction of the series of events—and the subsequent investigation—that brought about the arrest of the two Italian sailors accused by Indian authorities of killing two fishermen off the coast of Kerala.
Stefano Folli | 15.06.13 | 05:59
The Letta government must give proof that it has its own strategic ideas on how to tackle economic and social issues. The worst thing would be for the country to remain hostage to the ongoing guerrilla warfare between the two major coalition partners.
Adriana Cerretelli | 15.06.13 | 05:58
Will Europe finally try to solve the problem of unemployment? If Germany’s austerity dogma prevails, that’s unlikely to happen.
Roberto Perotti | 15.06.13 | 05:57
An analysis reviews and revises conclusions drawn in the ’80s and ’90s on the effects of reducing public spending, with a detailed critique of Guido Rossi’s comments on the current economic juncture and the drawbacks of austerity.
Vittorio Emanuele Parsi | 15.06.13 | 05:56
Obama has made significant mistakes in his dealings with the Chinese espionage scandal and the Syrian conflict, bringing into question his foresight and capability as a leader in U.S. foreign policy.
Fabrizio Forquet | 14.06.13 | 05:59
For years, the fact that labor protection laws should match the ability of the real economy to sustain them has been ignored, with the consequences we all know. Now, the government has a chance to reset its gauge.
Paola Severino | 14.06.13 | 05:58
The chairman of Assonime, Maurizio Sella, outlined some measures that Italy should adopt to favor the economy, all of which were already included in the tax-delegation measures discussed by the last government and whose necessity was advocated by many.
Giorgio Barba Navaretti | 14.06.13 | 05:57
France’s insistence on a cultural exception in the USA-EU trade agreement is unfounded because culture is already an exception, as it flows across frontiers without being taxed.
Isabella Bufacchi | 14.06.13 | 05:56
The faith in Italian government bonds depends on the next moves of the Fed and on support from the ECB.
Benedetto Santacroce | 13.06.13 | 05:59
The exchange of data is key to combating tax evasion and tax fraud at the global level.
Adriana Cerretelli | 13.06.13 | 05:58
Before the Constitutional Court, Germany must balance its interests while providing reforms to restore north-south convergence and instilling confidence in the EU, hopefully resulting in a new, more constructive European contract.
Guido Gentili | 13.06.13 | 05:57
Even though the financial blanket is extremely short, and it does not seem as though it will get significantly longer anytime soon, economic inaction by the Letta government, is not an option.
Carlo Bastasin | 12.06.13 | 05:59
While needless, the hearing in Karlsruhe may actually produce a constructive result, strengthening the ECB’s unconventional monetary instruments and possibly reactivating credit in countries no longer reached by the ECB’s monetary policies,
Alessandro Merli | 12.06.13 | 05:58
A birds’-eye view of the German political situation and electoral balance of power three months before the September vote. As of today, Chancellor Merkel, and her Christian Democrat coalition still look like heavy favorites.
Antonio Patuelli | 12.06.13 | 05:57
The credit crunch is a common European problem, not just an Italian or a peripheral one. Thus, in order to overcome it a coordinated European action is urgently needed.
Donato Masciandaro | 12.06.13 | 05:56
In the ECB’s “trial” at the German Constitutional Court, the question will be asked: can the strategy of monetary expansion put monetary stability in danger? Are there other ways to handle it?