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BRUSSELS: A bold US$1 trillion rescue by the European Union has halted the slide of the euro and sent markets soaring worldwide in a gambit that may ultimately be seen as the moment Europe truly became a union.
THE driving force of Europe’s economic policy is the “European project” of political integration. That goal is reflected in the European Union’s current focus on creating a “fiscal compact,” which would constitutionalise member states’ commitment to supposedly inviolable deficit ceilings.
MADRID/BERLIN: Germany and European Union officials are urgently exploring ways to rescue Spain's debt-stricken banks although Madrid has not yet requested assistance and is resisting being placed under international supervision, European sources said on Wednesday.
BRUSSELS: European Union leaders took a big stride towards establishing a single banking supervisor for the euro zone, striking a deal under which the bloc's rescue fund could start recapitalising ailing banks next year, a French government source said.
BRUSSELS: Britain is pushing for changes to a proposed eurozone banking union to dilute the power of the European Central Bank (ECB), European Union (EU) officials said, potentially hampering efforts to build the infrastructure urgently needed to underpin the euro.
JAKARTA: Indonesia threatened to ban imports of some goods from the European Union in retaliation for the bloc’s move to impose stricter limits on how palm oil can be used in green fuels.
IN recent years, there hasn’t been much to like about the European Union, with its low growth, high unemployment, political squabbles, xenophobia, stifling bureaucracy and constant threats of a breakup.