Northern European leaders urge Greece to honor the commitments of its bailout program.
A study shows Catalonia would recover its investment-grade credit rating if it seceded from Spain.
Peru is struggling to find a balance between developing its economy and protecting the environment.
Media in Germany and the Netherlands are critical of the European Central Bank’s latest policy.
The Germans fear central bank bond purchases will undermine the incentive for structural reform.
The Finnish prime minister says a “resounding no” to forgiving Greek loans from other eurozone countries.
Germany accepts investments and stimulus but hasn’t given up on structural reform.
Manuel Valls proposes to open up protected professions and make it easier for firms to lay off workers.
European and IMF officials are unconvinced Greece is ready to return to market financing.
Chancellor George Osborne boasts of high growth and tax cuts but the deficit remains high.
Southern cities are falling behind in terms of economic development and governance.
The pipeline’s cancellation is hardly an economic loss for Russia. It was always a political project.