If we are serious about growing the economy and creating jobs, we need to support these young people – even though they don't seem to expect any help or handouts, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
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The European Union’s industrial policy chief explains why "diesel cars are finished".
David Cameron should have resigned instead of agreeing to a Brexit referendum, not after this turned out to be a wholly avoidable diversion and failure, argues an analyst.
The AK Party’s victory and the formation of a stable government in Turkey could lead to an outperformance of the lira relative to notably the rand, says an analyst.
Instead of a healthy €40bn budget surplus, Germany is moving towards a deficit of several billion euros, with the refugee crisis reportedly to blame for this.
Observers regard news that inflation in the eurozone is nearing zero as worrisome, as a negative or very low inflation rate indicates economic stagnation.
Greece's leftwing Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras faces a showdown with rebels in his own party, furious at his capitulation to German demands.
Greece has stuck to demands that its creditors propose less harsh terms after talks collapsed, bringing it a step closer to a default that could lead to a "Grexit".
France, home of historic Gitanes and Gauloises cigarettes, will require tobacco firms to sell their wares in plain boxes from next year in an anti-smoking crackdown.
Britain leaving the European Union could result in a permanent loss of 2.2% of the country's gross domestic product by 2030, says a think-tank.
Greece and its international creditors have held a new round of negotiations on which kind of reforms are necessary in return for further bailout aid.
Wealthier nations such as the UK have net migration but a "hard Brexit” could cut migration numbers by putting the UK economy under pressure, says an analyst.
Leaving the European Union could cause a "serious shock" to Britain's economy, with the risk of losing almost one million jobs, according to a study.
Some 26 million children and young people in Europe are threatened by poverty or social exclusion after years of economic crisis, a study shows.
International journalist Barry Wood winds back the clock to 1990, when he travelled to Germany. He visited a town called Weimar.
Eurozone leaders have made Greece surrender much of its sovereignty to outside supervision in return for agreeing to talks on an €86bn bailout.
Greece's last-minute overtures to creditors for financial aid were not enough to save it from becoming the first developed economy to default on an IMF loan.
European leaders’ establishment of the euro was driven not by economic considerations but by political ones, says former US Federal Reserve chair Alan Greenspan.
Leopold Scholtz discusses the strategy of a Dutch firm which survived the 2008 crisis without shedding a single job.
The European economy still needs much work to reach full recovery, says Leopold Scholtz.
After turning the screws on Athens for a week, the European Stability Mechanism has thrown Greece's radical new government a €555m lifeline.
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