The jobless rate is slowly coming down, but young Italians still struggle to find stable employment
The regional parliament in Belgium’s French-speaking south calls on the government not to sign the treaty.
The American president calls for progress in trade negotiations before politics get in the way.
Brazil is looking at months of political upheaval during which painful economic reforms will likely be put off.
Europe’s economic problems seem to be shifting from the periphery to its core in and around Germany.
Liberalizations that could have given especially small businesses some breathing space are canceled.
President François Hollande risks splitting his party by resuming efforts to shake up a sclerotic labor market.
The passport-free zone is both an important symbol of Europe’s integration and a boon to its economy.