Italy

AXIA Means ‘Value’ in Both Word and Deed

At the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa, Cyprus has a long history of working with foreigners. Over the millennia,…

Anti-Establishment Parties Set for Big EU Gains Despite Stagnant Italian Economy

Despite the economy stagnating under the M5S-League coalition, voters are again expected to back these anti-establishment options, rather than the…

Italy Emerges From a Recession as France and Spain Carry the Region’s Growth

Italy has once again recovered from a recession – it’s third in a decade. The strong turn in the economy…

Will Salvini’s Grand Far-Right Alliance Float?

With barely a month before Europe goes to the polls, Italy’s Interior Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, Matteo Salvini, called…

Will The UK Participate in the European Elections After All?

Theresa May has tried three times to deliver Brexit, but each time, Parliament has voted her deal down. Now, May…

“The new shareholding structure enables DESFA to move one-step forward”: An Exclusive Interview With CEO Nicola Battilana

South EU Summit: December marked a turning point for DESFA, following the transfer of 66% of the Greek TSO’s shares…

Trying to Balance Nationalist And Anti-Migrant Tensions, The EU Floats a Compromise on Operation Sophia – But at What Cost?

The EU will soon cease the maritime patrols that rescued thousands of migrants, attempting the perilous crossing from North Africa…

Italian Coffee Producers Hold Global Market Share Despite Rising Competition

The ever-growing demand for coffee products has lead to a recent spate of energy-buzzed business acquisitions, including Coca-Cola Co. buying…

Analysis: This Year’s European Parliament Elections Can Reshape The EU

The European Parliament is holding elections in May. However, the normally staid procedure is of outsized importance this year, in…

Italy’s 30-Year Bond Sale Raises 8 Billion Euros

Italy is teetering on the edge of a recession for the third time in a decade. And yet, upon the…
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