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Sep 2012

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Is the ECB bond buying a turning point in the eurozone crisis?

Open Europe has today published its reaction to the ECB’s new bond buying programme. Open Europe notes that the ECB’s decision to buy ‘unlimited’ amounts of short-term government debt is likely to prompt a positive market reaction. However, on the downside, it transfers far more risks from struggling banks and governments ...

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Jun 2012

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Trading places: Is EU membership still the best option for UK trade?

Open Europe has published a new report outlining the potential alternatives to EU membership if the UK decided to the leave the EU altogether, and their implications for British economic and political interests. While acknowledging that the cost of EU membership remains far too high, the EU continues, on a purely trade basis, to be ...

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Jun 2012

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How to save European taxpayers €41bn a year while boosting jobs and growth

As national governments negotiate the EU’s next long-term financial framework, Open Europe sets out an alternative budget for the EU, which could save member states and taxpayers €41bn a year. Focusing the EU’s structural funds on less wealthy member states would save over €20bn. Slimming down and re-orienting the CAP ...

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Apr 2012

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Spanish banks may be forced to seek eurozone bailout

In a new briefing, Open Europe assesses the state of the Spanish economy in light of recent budget proposals, announced by the Spanish government in full today. Spain is not the “next Greece” – it remains a serious and diverse economy, with relatively good administration and infrastructure. However, the increasing exposure ...

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Feb 2012

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The second Greek bailout – Bad for Greece, bad for eurozone taxpayers

Open Europe has published a new briefing arguing that the second Greek bailout is bad for Greece and bad for eurozone taxpayers. The briefing notes that of the total amount (€282.2bn) that is entailed in the various measures now on the table to save Greece – through the bailouts and the ECB – only €159.5bn, […]

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