Economy

European Wine Producers Face Crisis

When the coronavirus pandemic hit European shores and governments instituted lockdowns, nearly all on-trade routes for wineries shut down in…

The Shape of Solidarity

The past two months have been hard for Europe. As Covid-19 rages throughout the continent, Brussels has struggled to find…

Italy Is the West’s Pilot Programme on How to Handle Coronavirus

Italy may at last be turning a corner as the rate of new Covid-19 cases, as well as the number…

Cruise Industry Enters Deep Freeze

In scenes reminiscent of some of the most ambitious film scripts, the last three stranded cruise ships finally docked after…

Greece Beats Back Coronavirus

Greece wasn’t exactly in top fighting form when coronavirus came knocking. Like Italy, Greece is home to a large elderly…

Amidst Harsh Criticism, EU Begins to Formulate Economic Plan

The spread of Covid-19 has created an unprecedented global situation, with more than 1.9 million confirmed cases and a death…

Covid-19: How Will Europe Cope?

In a matter of weeks, new cases of Covid-19 dropped off in China but exploded everywhere else, with the World…

It’s Not the Germs That’ll Get You

The coronavirus has taken the world by storm. The World Health Organization (WHO) officially declared it a global emergency late…

Spain’s Farmers are Desperate for Action

Earlier this month, Spanish farmers gathered across the countryside to protest a number of issues affecting their crops and livelihood.…

Will Trade Wins Keep Europe Strong During Coronavirus?

Italy pulled off a victory when it recently dodged tariffs from the United States on some exported goods, including the…
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