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Latest update : 2012-05-25

Merkel's next move: Will Germany stick to its guns on austerity?

François Hollande steals the show at his first late-night EU summit but the ball remains firmly in Angela Merkel’s court. Her constituents remain torn between paying for pain they don’t (yet) feel and shouldering the blame for an eventual collapse of the euro.

  • Shahin VALLEE, Economist, Visiting Fellow at Bruegel;
  • Thomas KLAU, Paris Bureau Chief, European Council on Foreign Relations;
  • Ronald FREEMAN, Finance director, Member of the executive committee, Atlantic Council.

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2015-02-26 Internet

Are Airbnb and Uber creating a 'black economy'? (part 2)

Airbnb co-founder Brian Chesky takes the French capital by storm while officials spell out the objections of tax collectors, affordable housing advocates and hoteliers outraged...

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2015-02-26 Internet

Are Airbnb and Uber creating a 'black economy'? (part 1)

Airbnb co-founder Brian Chesky takes the French capital by storm while officials spell out the objections of tax collectors, affordable housing advocates and hoteliers outraged...

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2015-02-25 banking

Swissleaks and the banks (part 2)

HSBC's CEO goes into a House of Commons hearing with the law on his side when it comes to the Swiss account he opened for bonus payments. But it's hard times for the world's...

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2015-02-25 banking

Swissleaks and the banks (part 1)

HSBC's CEO goes into a House of Commons hearing with the law on his side when it comes to the Swiss account he opened for bonus payments. But it's hard times for the world's...

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2015-02-24 anti-Semitism

France's Jews: How to tackle rising anti-Semitism? (part 2)

Last month's siege of a Paris kosher grocery store by a homegrown jihadist comes in the context of a doubling in anti-Semitic acts across France. Since then, there's been the...

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