Eurostat has created a visualization tool to show government spending across the European Union - which is particularly important in times of crisis.
Poland, Romania, Moldova, Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic have rolled out different initiatives to help the millions of people fleeing Ukraine.
Tourist numbers across the EU started to recover in 2021 as COVID-19 travel restrictions were lifted, according to latest data from Eurostat.
There have been global energy crises before. The first was in 1973, after a war between Arab countries and Israel. That led to the creation of the IEA.
Economic sanctions have been used as a tool of war for centuries. Their main objective is to deter bad behaviour and enforce behavioural change in targeted states.
The European Union is reviewing membership requests from Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova following Russia's invasion.
The EU’s Artificial Intelligence Act aims to regulate AI technologies. How can businesses better prepare and avoid the expensive risk of non-compliance?
World leaders, scientists, economists and an astronaut live from space - all spoke at the Davos Agenda. This podcast presents some of the audio highlights
Goldman Sachs predicts that the Eurozone will grow faster than the US this year, but how does the use of the Euro and US dollar compare internationally?
European economist Marco Buti retraces the analytical underpinnings of the economic policy responses to COVID-19 and the global financial crisis.
The EU taxonomy is a classification system of sustainable economic activities. We highlight areas which must be addressed to facilitate green transition.
Here's how the private sector can play a central role in co-piloting the European Green Deal, the EU's ambitious plan to become climate neutral by 2050.
Here are the 9 key events which led to the current shape of modern countries in Europe and how their borders changed over time.
If European companies are going to thrive under an imminent new sustainability regime, they should be left to decide the best path to more responsible business.
The EU's proposed levy on imported carbon-intensive products will shape the role of trade in fighting climate change. But is it 'green protectionism'?