Draghi may cut interest rates to negative levels.
Mario Draghi, the President of the European Central Bank (ECB), on Saturday (12 April) gave the clearest indication yet that the ECB will act to counter low inflation and a strong euro by cutting eurozone interest rates to negative levels.Read more
Finance ministers and central bank governors meeting in Washington over the weekend sounded a cautiously upbeat note about the eurozone economy.
The banking union will harden the divides between the north and south and the core and periphery.
Money bolsters government ahead of European elections and in dealings with troika.
Fragile eurozone will cause concern at IMF meeting.
4% of Europeans admit to being paid under the table.
Reports highlight progress, but there is still a great deal of work to do.
Draghi defends decision not to take action, says governing council talked about quantitative easing.
Move ends six months of uncertainty.
The EU's crisis of solidarity over the euro emboldened Russia in Ukraine.
Finance ministers end months of uncertainty over next instalment of Greece's bail-out.
Informal meeting to discuss slow recovery.
Labour market remains weak despite economic recovery
The Netherlands and Spain lead improvement in consumer and business outlook.
Finance ministers call for safeguards for member states outside the eurozone.
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Special report: Taxation
Published Thursday, 27 February 2014
The EU's attempts to reform taxation rules.
The economic crisis exposed weaknesses in public finances. A global approach to reforming tax systems is now required.
The world's most developed economies realise it is in their own interests to increase co-operation on tax issues.
While a healthy level of tax competition may be considered beneficial, the current system is unfair.
The EU is keen to introduce EU-wide reforms, but is facing opposition from its member states at every turn
The European Commission is taking steps to simplify rules on value-added tax, but a single unified VAT regime remains a long way off
The European Commission is renewing its scrutiny of tax breaks and incentives across the EU