Finance

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,…

Malta Continues Blockchain Push As National Company Registry Signs Up

The announcement was made by one of the country’s leading blockchain advocates, Silvio Schembri, who is the Parliamentary Secretary for…

Lights, Camera, Action: Natural Beauty and EU Funds Thrust Thessaly Into the Spotlight

During the first season of the smash-hit HBO fantasy drama, Game of Thrones, Tyrion Lannister – the show’s cunning dwarf and…

Amidst a Slowdown, France Proposes a Plan for Growth

France is gearing up to propose a new “growth contract” with its eurozone trade partners, hoping to encourage more countries…

Greek PM Tsipras Made First Official Visit to North Macedonia Last Week – But What Does This Mean?

Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras, returned last week from a trip to Skopje; the first visit by a Greek head…

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…

With The OK From Europe, Greece Receives 1 Billion Euros For Debt Relief And Early IMF Repayment

Greece has just cleared a major hurdle, having gotten the go-ahead from the European Commission to receive 1 billion euros…

Despite a Eurozone Slowdown, Spain’s Economy Shows Continued Growth

Spain’s economy continues to improve since exiting its financial crisis, and despite looming political uncertainty. Over the whole of last…

As Malta’s Economy Thrives, Unemployment Drops, And Wages Rise – Slowly

An IMF report released recently, noted Malta’s improvements in the banking sector, along with its booming economy – all good…

Portugal’s Innovation Reduces Bad Bank Loans

Portugal’s sovereign debt crisis in 2011-2014 caused a rash of bad, or non-performing loans, which are loans either in default,…
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