The Eurozone has returned to growth, but it is still suffering from serious internal problems and needs significant reforms.
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While last week’s announcement that Greece entered deflation for the first time in 45 years was not entirely unpredicted, the case put forward by the Troika for slashing wages and dismantling the country’s industrial relations system should be challenged.
The UK has the third worst level of youth unemployment in the OECD, with only crisis-hit Greece and Spain having higher levels, a new report out today reveals.
As the decisive elections in Greece conclude and the G20 summit in Los Cabos begins, world leaders must refocus their attention on the ailing economy.
George Osborne is now talking up Greek exit, having previously criticized loose talk
Stephen Fry says “let’s be a classy country” and return the Parthenon Marbles to Greece during this time of crisis.
Cormac Hollingsworth imagines the dialogue between Angela Merkel and Alexis Tsipras if Syriza win the Greek elections next month.
Nick Dearden reveals the vulture funds that are willing to bring Argentina back to the brink for a return on their ‘investment’.
With the €130bn Greek bailout package finally approved by the troika, markets appear to be rallying – but it’s far from certain the country is saved.