Editor   24 Oct 2011   Brussels e-Briefings

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The time for the EU and the eurozone to confront the sovereign debt crisis has finally arrived!

European leaders have made substantial progress during last week's talks. However, the final decisions on the future of the eurozone and the Greek debt crisis will be taken during on Wednesday during a new EU leaders' meeting. For this reason, our webinar scheduled to take place tomorrow (Tuesday) has been postponed till Thursday, 27th October, at 15:00 CET.

Is the European banks' recapitalisation, the updated Greek package and a reinforced European Financial Stability Facility really an answer to the economic and financial challenges the EU is facing?

Our host Richard Werly, the renowned Brussels correspondent for Le Temps, will provide a just-in-time briefing, summarising the gist of the talks and the decisions taken by the EU leaders. Richard is following the talks live from Brussels, and will be able to answer questions and concerns about the future of the euro.

Registrations are now closed.


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    Stephanie Borg…, 09/27/2020 - 19:47

    Thanks Dejan. For the benefit of our participants and subscribers to our website, I will post as a new blog post. Thanks again, and hope to e-see you tomorrow!
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    dejan, 09/27/2020 - 19:47

    Maybe this visualisation of the Euro Crisis from the New York Times could be a useful background reading for those preparing to attend the webinar: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/10/23/sunday-review/an-overview-of-the-euro-crisis.html

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