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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.


Greek banks would be illiquid within days

Dr. Bert Van Roosebeke, division head for financial services, talks to Austria's Kleine Zeitung about Greece's dire straits

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Greece most likely won't meet goals set by Troika

Dr. Matthias Kullas, cep division head for stability policy, talks to German business daily Handelsblatt about Greece's problems

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"We're virtually giving away our products for free"

Dr. Matthias Kullas, cep division head for stability policy, talks to Focus Online about Germany's export strength

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Greece holds its cards to the chest right to the last minute

Dr. Matthias Kullas, division head for stability policy, talks to AFP about the debt row between Greece and its eurozone partners

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Critics fear ECB quantitative easing will lead to crisis

Financial Times

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European Commission Scrutinizes Hungarian Energy Bill

The Wall Street Journal: Legislation Could Advance Russian Gas Pipeline Despite Objections

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Unity on Eurozone Growth Eludes Germany and France

The New York Times on the hopes that decisive action of Germany and France would spur growth in the eurozone

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Should Germany start spending?

The Local: Voices calling for the German government to spend more and end its obsession with balancing its budget are growing louder, with growth forecasts cut by a third on Tuesday. Is the country saving itself into a recession?

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Berlin taille dans ses prévisions de croissance

Courrier Picard: Le gouvernement allemand a revu en forte baisse mardi pour la première fois ses prévisions de croissance pour cette année et la prochaine, mais n'y voit aucun motif d'alarme ni de raison de changer sa politique économique

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New commission faces major energy hurdles over next five years

Energy Policy Weekly: Five years later: how energy took centre-stage in Brussel

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