The youngest European Union member state, Croatia, is aiming to adopt the euro no later than 2024. In an interview with DW, Croatian Finance Minister Zdravko Maric elaborates on what challenges lie ahead.
The European Central Bank's first female president inherits an almost empty toolbox from her predecessor — at a time when persistently low inflation and weak growth are showing the limits of monetary policy.
Many of the top holiday destinations of the Mediterranean country fear the damaging consequences that a hard Brexit and a recession in Germany could have on their economic perspectives.
Ever since eurozone interest rates turned negative in 2014, a debate has raged about whether or not this makes economic sense. DW explains how they came about and why the monetary policy tool is a double-edged sword.
The euro is at a crossroads as it turns 20, and some believe it might not make it to 30. As the single currency doesn't seem to benefit all, its role was a main topic at the European Economic Forum, reports Jo Harper.
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