Europe's future banking union is causing its fair share of disunity. EU parliamentarians want to see strict rules introduced while many member states prefer a case-by-case system.
French President Emmanuel Macron is headed to Berlin on a trip aimed at bringing Chancellor Angela Merkel into his corner on EU reforms. But when it comes to European policy, the two leaders remain far apart.
How can the international tax system be made more equitable? That is the question EU finance ministers contemplated at their informal meeting in Malta. But, as usual, they were slow to make decisions, says Bernd Riegert.
EU finance ministers are meeting in Brussels to consider granting 10.3 billion euros in urgently needed funds to cash-strapped Greece. But how to reduce the country's massive debt burden will likely be a sticking point.
The European Commission's package of eurozone reforms was billed as the EU's bold vision for a post-Brexit union. But it comes as Brexit talks verge on collapse and domestic German politics remain up in the air.
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