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Europe has virtually emerged from the 2008 crisis, and it is worth comparing the various paths countries took to recovery.

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On December Third, European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi, announced that quantitative easing (QE) would continue as the EU marches along its road to recovery.

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As Cameron continues to walk the tight rope on Brexit, it is worth considering those Britons living abroad.

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Following reports of imminent attacks in Belgium on the weekend of the 21st, Belgium went into lock down. Architects of the Paris attacks hailed from a small, densely packed, commune in Brussels called Molenbeek.

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On November 10th, Downing Street released David Cameron's long awaited letter to European Council President Donald Tusk on Great Britain's envisioned reforms to the European Union (EU). With a portion of the ruling Conservative party desiring an EU exit, as well as the rising prominence of the UK Independence Party, unity should not be taken for granted. The majority of the UK population still favors remaining in the EU, but it is nonetheless worth considering the ramifications of an EU exit. 

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The road to recovery in Europe remains a work in progress, as European Central Bank (ECB) leader Mario Draghi faces legacies of the 2008 recession. One notable challenge remaining for the European economy is Non-Performing Loans (NPLs).

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The past five years have forced the European Union to face significant challenges both internally and externally — from the recession to the ongoing migrant crisis.

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One of the most significant challenges currently facing European leaders is how to shepherd their economies, particularly their businesses, into the modern era. In the United States, massive tech giants rapidly blossom from small startups, significantly impacting the economy over the past decade.

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On October 10th, hundreds of thousands of concerned German citizens marched in Berlin to protest the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). TTIP's critics argue it benefits corporations at the expense of ordinary citizens, while its proponents argue it provides significant economic growth.

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On October 5th, Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade negotiations were concluded in Atlanta. The deal faced criticism from some on a lack of transparency, but details are now beginning to emerge on the settlement. Even with TPP's lack of transparency, there were clear tension points between negotiators on topics such as biologics, dairy products, and rules of origin for the automaking industry. This week's Econographic looks specifically at one of the potential winners of the trade deal, the American agricultural sector.

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