The twin pressures of demographic change and inadequate training mean that Europe’s lack of skills will within 20 years mean 50m unfilled vacancies in the EU, warns Dominik Ziller.
With its 6%-plus growth rate, Indonesia is the ASEAN bloc’s bigger tiger and an influential Asian voice. Dewi Fortuna Anwar charts the country’s ambitions and difficulties.
Although one of the architects of EMU, Otmar Issing explains why he is sceptical about the practicalities and benefits of the centralisation that the EU’s political union would imply.
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