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.
The WTO’s Doha Round is dead if not yet formally buried, and instead Brussels and Washington are negotiating an ambitious transatlantic trade and investment pact. Joseph P. Quinlan reports on the advantages its supporters are claiming for both sides.
With less than a year in which to agree on the divisive elements that will make up its banking union, Irene Finel-Honigman sets out the obstacle course that EU governments will have to complete by the end of 2013.
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