Working poor must borrow to make ends meet, leading to a vicious cycle that sends many deep into debt.
Population loss and a shrinking workforce are stressing the state’s capacity to maintain the pension system.
Some eurozone countries fear the EU’s poorest country could repeat the Greek catastrophe if it joins the euro too soon.
Move may help unlock critical IMF funding for the country’s war-scarred economy.
Some eastern member countries unhappy with Commission ruling on the dominant player in the continent’s gas market.
As Uzbekistan begins phasing out use of forced labor to pick cotton, glare falls on its Central Asian neighbor.
UK court ruling saw $22 billion worth of state assets being frozen in a highly unusual case.
Government says no end to austerity-busting course despite warnings of an overheating economy.
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