The European Commission cuts roaming charges. But “it’s not enough”…

With an official communication the European Union has finally announced it: starting from yesterday, 1st of July, using our mobile overseas will be cheaper. The press release stated with an unusually lively spirit, full of exclamation marks and fresh words, that the EU has finally cut the price caps for data downloads by more than half: […]

No way out for Eurozone’s stagnating economy

This morning the German Federal Statistical Office issued a Press release revealing that the country grew by a mere 0.4% last year. This is almost half than the 0.7% GDP increase that Germany recorded in 2012. Along the same line of developments, Eurostat, the EU statistical office, published a Press release estimating that the Eurozone […]

Christmas spending: Who can afford not to cut?

European Union consumers will be very careful with their Christmas gifts shopping lists this year, says an in-depth analysis of Wall Steer Journal’s Europe Edition, based mainly on data from a relevant survey of Deloitte LLP. With unemployment reaching unheard before levels above 25% in Greece and Spain and skyrocketing in other weak EU economies, the […]