Europe

Madrid Steps In as EU Targets COP25

The United Nations Global Climate Change conference will take place between December 2nd – 13th  at the IFEMA conference facility…

Is France Replacing Germany as Europe’s Main Engine of Growth?

While Germany’s economy threatens stagnation, having only narrowly avoided entering recession, France is chugging right along and has outpaced the…

Will Cyprus Put an End to Its Investor Passport Programme?

In 2013, Cyprus began offering an intriguing programme for those seeking to obtain a European passport – invest 2 million…

A New Look for a New Era

Greece is expected to pick the winner of a casino licence for the highly-anticipated Hellinikon project by the end of…

“Our Offering Is Changing”: Malta Modifies Tourism Sector Amid Highly-Competitive Market

The Mediterranean is famous for its wildly popular, perennially-alluring island holiday destinations; Ibiza, Sardinia, and Mykonos would be to name…

New Boss, Meet Old Boss: Spain’s Election Results

Spain’s citizens flocked to polls for the fourth time in four years last Sunday, hoping to break the existing political…

The First Ports of Call in Italy, Greece, and Cyprus

Migration has long been a central issue in Europe, when nearly 1 million people fled their homes in Syria and…

Despite Slow Growth, Italy Successfully Ditches More Bad Loans

Even while Italy’s economy is just barely avoiding a recession, notable progress has been made to erase a portion of…

New Portuguese Administration Keen to Build on Successes

The 69 members of the recently-elected administration were sworn in by Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa on October 26th,…

How Resilient is the French Economy?

How is Europe’s economy doing? It depends on who you ask. A recent report from the International Monetary Fund anticipates…
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