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Higher bills will hurt consumers and threaten the region’s post-pandemic economic recovery
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Internal model suggests eurozone interest rates could go up in two years, closing gap with forecast move by Fed
Ursula von der Leyen’s proposed ‘Chips Act’ will struggle to reduce European dependence on imports
East Germans, known as ‘Ossis’, are expected to vote more radically than Westerners
Liberal leader Christian Lindner has strong views on fiscal probity
With support for United Russia at record lows, the government has launched a dramatic crackdown on dissent
The US president could be a candid friend to the UK and urge the prime minister to honour his post-Brexit Irish trade deal
Chancellor’s departure brings potential for further disputes with France over integration and economic policy
Rising consumer prices still expected to feed into higher index-linked European wages next year
Shortages of component have squeezed industries from carmaking to consumer electronics