POPULATION - Europe in search of fresh blood

Published on 6 August 2010 at 16:31


Europe in search of fresh blood

La Stampa

The aging of the European population, recently confirmed by Eurostat, doesn't just mean that it will be necessary to finance more retirements; it also implies a shortage of competent, motivated young people, so necessary for a smoothly running economy. This is why Europe must create an environment capable of attracting young talent to the continent, concludes Italian economist Irene Tinagli.



Who cares about Unesco?

NRC Handelsblad

UNESCO’s recognition of Amsterdam’s 17th-century canal ring area fails to impress NRC Handelsblad, which argues that tourism and modernisation will not benefit from the city’s new status as a World Heritage Site — a title the newspaper believes is largely overblown.



Summer without a break



The leaf of discord

Academia Caţavencu



Brussels to blank cigarette packs

Lidové noviny



Drought spells wheat crisis

Gazeta Wyborcza






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