Eurozone finance ministers agree on reforms - Italy: Business interests vs. populism – Digital summit promotes artificial intelligence in Germany
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.
EU finance ministers have agreed reforms to combat a new financial crisis, but they fall well short of French President Emmanuel Macron's ambitions to deepen fiscal union in Europe. DW considers the main points.
The man who became synonymous with Germany's insistence on austerity during the eurozone debt crisis wants the bloc to have a common budget and finance minister. He also thinks decision-making should be streamlined.
The EU has given Warsaw two months to show it takes its own judicial independence seriously or risk possible funding cuts in the new EU budget. But would Brussels dare cook a goose that lays the bloc's few golden eggs?
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