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1. 2016-05-08 Greek PM defends pension and tax reform Athens
2015-02-08 Greek PM defiant over economic plans Athens
D. 2014-10-13 French economist Jean Tirole wins Nobel prize Sweden
E. 2014-07-25 UK economy back at pre-crisis level London
5. 2014-05-26 Merkel vows economic boost to counter Eurosceptic gains Berlin
6. 2013-12-31 Romania and Bulgaria controls lifted Romania
H. 2013-10-14 Trio awarded Nobel economics prize Sweden

Eurozone downturn 'accelerating'  Activity at European businesses hit a near three-year low in May, according to a survey by Markit Italy slashes its growth outlook. Rome Europe leaders warn of grim 2012  European leaders have warned of a difficult year ahead, as many economists predict recession in 2012   Brazilian economy 'overtakes UK'  Brazil has overtaken the UK as the world's sixth largest economy, CEBR, an economic research group, has said Eurozone 'faces winter recession' New warning of European recession  The OECD has warned that the eurozone and UK could be entering a recession, and has cut its global growth forecast   Two awarded Nobel economics prize  Sweden: US academics Thomas Sargent and Christopher Sims have won the economics prize for research on cause and effect in the macroeconomy Eurozone's growth rate speeds up  The eurozone's economy grows at a faster rate, powered by strong growth from Germany and France, but Portugal slides into recession Sarkozy, Brown urge market reform. France Victorious Merkel vows recovery. Berlin   Brown: No room for economic complacency   London: Finance ministers from the G-20 nations meeting have reiterated their commitment to coordinated action to tackle the economic crisis   France and Germany exit recession  Both economies grew by 0.3% between April and June, bringing to an end year-long recessions in Europe's largest economies   G20 leaders seal $1tn global deal
  China warns Brexit will 'cast shadow' over global economy  Beijing: China finance experts have warned that Britain's decision to leave the European Union will 'cast a shadow over the global economy' Greek PM defends pension and tax reform. Athens Greek PM defiant over economic plans Map of Athens  Athens: Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras of Greece has said he is sticking to plans to roll back austerity and rejecting an international bailout extension   French economist Jean Tirole wins Nobel prize  Sweden: Tirole researched on market power and regulation that has helped understand how to deal with industries dominated by a few companies UK economy back at pre-crisis level. London   Merkel vows economic boost to counter Eurosceptic gains   Berlin: Angela Merkel has described the surge in support for far right and Eurosceptic parties in the EU elections as 'regrettable' Romania and Bulgaria controls lifted US criticises Germany growth model. Washington Trio awarded Nobel economics prize  Sweden: The 2013 Nobel Prize in economics has been awarded to Eugene Fama, Lars Peter Hansen and Robert Shiller Eurozone growth forecasts cut France back into recession. Paris Spain unemployment hits record high Cyprus economy 'on the brink'   Eurozone recession 'to persist'  The eurozone recession will persist into 2013, the European Commission has conceded in its latest forecast Germany 'likely to avoid recession'   Eurozone sees recession deepen  The economy of the 17 nations in the euro shrank by 0.6% in the fourth quarter, which was worse than forecast Eurozone unemployment hits record high  Unemployment in the eurozone rose in September to a record high of 11.6%, the European Commission's Eurostat statistics agency reported   Nobel Prize in economics awarded

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  Sweden: The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences cited the US academics for their work on the 'theory of stable allocations and practice of market design'

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  London: Leaders of the world's largest economies have reached an agreement to tackle the global financial crisis
 The resources available to IMF will be tripled to $750bn; $250bn to boost global trade. There will be sanctions against secretive tax havens and tougher global financial regulation

  London: Finance ministers from the rich and emerging nations have pledged to make a 'sustained effort' to pull the world economy out of recession
 Commitment to fight all forms of protectionism and maintain open trade and investment. A key commitment to restoring bank lending
Mar.1   EU 'consensus' to tackle crisis  Belgium: EU leaders have ended an emergency summit in Brussels saying they are determined to avoid protectionist moves in response to the economic crisis Feb.14 G7 ministers focus on stabilizing economy. Rome Jan.31 PM says 'no clear map' for crisis. London Jan.23   UK in recession as economy slides  London: The UK is now in recession for the first time since 1991. Gross domestic product fell by 1.5% in the last 3 months of 2008 Jan.21 German economy faces gloomy 2009. Germany Jan.19 Eurozone economy 'to shrink 1.9%'

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Nov.14 Eurozone officially in recession
  EU figures showed that the economy shrank by 0.2% in the third quarter, following a 0.2% contraction in the area in the previous quarter.    2 quarters of negative growth define a technical recession. Germany and Italy are already in...
Nov.13 New recession fears ahead of G20 German economy now in recession
  Germany: Government figures showed that Europe's largest economy contracted by 0.5% in the third quarter after a 0.4% contraction in the 2nd quarter

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Sep.28 Europe 'losing competitive edge'

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