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Guest Articles and Interviews in the Press and Reports in Selected Online Media in the Current Year

cep's analyses and commentaries, surveys and assessments carry substantial weight in the public debate. The total number of articles each year, in print media alone, gives rise to a circulation of about 50 million. cep is quoted by all the prominent media and news agencies responsible for shaping public opinion in the German-speaking as well as in the international area, e.g. AFP, AGI Agenzia Italia, AP, Bloomberg, Financial Times, New York Times, Reuters, The Prague Post, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today. The cepPolicyBriefs appear regularly in Polish in the national daily Rzeczpospolita.

27-02-2019

Euro : les gagnants et les perdants de la monnaie unique

The french economic newspaper Les Echos underlines: Without being able to actuate the weapon of devaluation within the euro zone, the Member States which did not make reforms to enhance their competitiveness are the big losers of the euro, Italy and...

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27-02-2019

Les Allemands et les Néerlandais sont ceux qui ont le plus bénéficié de l'euro

C'est ce qu'a rapporté BMF, première chaîne d'information économique française, en référence à une nouvelle étude du cep.

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27-02-2019

Euro: les gagnants et les perdants de la monnaie unique

Les Echos (France): Entre 1999 et 2017, l' introduction de l 'euro aurait fait gagner à l'Allemagne 280 milliards d' euros de PIB, soit 3.390 euros par habitant, selon le Centre de politique européenne (cep).

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25-02-2019

Parsimonious northerners are the euro's biggest winners - study

Reuters: Germany and the Netherlands have benefited enormously from the euro over the 20 years since its launch, a study has found, while for almost every other member the single currency has been a serious drag on economic growth.

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25-02-2019

cep study: Germany gains most from euro introduction

A new study from the Centre for European Policy in Freiburg has shown Germany to have gained "by far the most" from the introduction of the euro. Italy and France saw a drop in prosperity over the last 20 years, DW reports.

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25-02-2019

Parsimonious northerners are the euro's biggest winners

Article on Reuters about the new study by the Centre for European Policy "20 Years of the Euro - Winners and Losers"

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23-01-2019

Macron and Merkel sign Aachen treaty to deepen Franco-German ties

Julien Thorel, Director of cepFrance, said France and Germany were positioning themselves as the "avant-garde of the European single market", The Financial Times reported.

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31-10-2018

‘Merkel’s exit won’t hurt her influence abroad’

Analysts as Lueder Gerken are not so sure. This is reported by international media. After Merkel's announcement, the chairman of the Centre for European Politics said: 

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27-06-2018

Besieged Merkel seeks escape as rebellion mounts

Financial Times on the German Chancellor’s domestic problems and the migration spat that cast shadow over EU leaders’ summit

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23-05-2018

The case against a European Monetary Fund

cep's latest policy brief cited by Financial Times, Good King News, Political News

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