Very soon, I shall be heading to the United Kingdom for a short visit.
So, naturally, I am delighted that the country's currency has nosedived
recently. That means my euros will go further. But is the pound's fall good for Britain?
LANGUAGE: The UK’s Brexit vote is bad news for English-language schools in Britain — which are already struggling as a result of government cutbacks. Owners and teachers fear that Britain’s exit from the EU will lead to fewer European students paying to attend classes.
This week, the EU ruled that the US firm Apple has received illegal tax breaks from Ireland. This could result in the corporation having to pay up to €13 billion in back taxes. We look at media commentary.
In the aftermath of Britain's vote on 23 June to leave the EU, experts
have cast their eyes around to see where Europe's next weak link might
be. One focus of attention has been Italy and its banking system.