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16-02-16

"The risk of a break-up is real," EU's Tusk says

European Council President sends stark warning ahead of EU summit this week

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15-02-16

Tusk hopes for a deal on EU reforms at leaders summit this week

Meanwhile, a new poll shows that four in five British and German executives want the UK to stay in the EU

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10-02-16

"Refugee crisis will not end before root causes are addressed"

A radical strengthening of the EU migration system and a coordinated European response are needed, the EU Commission says

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09-02-16

"This spring will be make-or-break for the Finnish economy"

If the government will get its reform agenda right, “we’ll see Finland again move towards an economic miracle,” Finance Minister Alexander Stubb tells Bloomberg

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08-02-16

Finland's trade deficit widens in December

In the cepDefault-Index, Finland has exhibited falling creditworthiness since 2013

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05-02-16

Only 22 percent of Britons think proposed EU reform deal is a good one

56 percent of voters surveyed in a You Gov poll for the Times believe the proposed changes to Britain's EU membership terms do not go far enough

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04-02-16

EU Commission's economic outlook remains roughly unchanged

The risk that growth could turn out worse than forecast has risen, though, mainly as a result of external factors, the Commission says

 

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03-02-16

Cameron faces wrath from fellow Conservatives over EU reform proposals

cep economist Bert Van Roosebeke tells Spiegel Online he doubts that the details of the proposals will play a deciding role in the outcome of the referendum. “The debate is getting increasingly emotional,” he notes

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02-02-16

Cameron: Britain could hold EU referendum within a few months

cep expert Bert Van Roosebeke cautions that “it remains to be seen if they can really win the necessary support at the upcoming European Council”

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01-02-16

British government sees "breakthrough" on issue of "emergency brake"

According to The Times, however, Brussels is digging in against a move to allow the “emergency brake” to be applied for longer than four years, while Cameron is insisting that he wants it to last for at least seven years

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