Economic Development

Europe: Open for business?

September 15, 2014

Europe

September 15, 2014

Europe
Sara Mosavi
Contributor, The Economist Intelligence Unit

Sara is a Policy and Research Manager at UK Commission for Employment and Skills working on issues such as youth unemployment, productivity, apprenticeships and further education. Prior to this, Sara worked as an Editor with The Economist Intelligence Unit's Thought Leadership team for over three years researching projects on educuation, talent, risk management and organisational behaviour. Sara holds a MSc in International Public Policy at UCL and read Italian and Linguistics at St Hugh's College, Oxford.

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Why read this report

  • By 2015 all EU28 economies should be growing again, with many of them registering GDP growth of between 1% and 3%.
  • While improving economic prospects across the continent are a cause for optimism, a number of underlying challenges risk throwing the recovery off course.
  • Europe's maturity and stability, despite the downturn, are key qualities, alongside the large financial services sector and the accessibility of financial capital.

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