European Voice Staff
European Ministers Put Pressure on Accounting Standards Board
Threat to summon IASB representative to meeting following concerns that US banks will have an advantage.
EU wants tighter control of rating agencies
A European Parliament committee supports compulsory registration and oversight of credit rating agencies.
Eurozone Says No to Fresh Stimulus
Ministers reject U.S. calls for budget injection as "not to our liking."
No bailout for Europe’s carmakers
Ministers offer easier access to European Investment Bank cash, but say carmakers must shoulder the main responsibility.
Eastern Leaders Ask for Help from the Eurozone
New EU member states want more flexibility but are still committed to adopting the euro.
EU moves towards “toxic asset” deal
Eurozone states back common approach to banks' bad debts ahead of pan-EU meeting.
Green light for France’s green aid
European Commission accepts French plan to offer environmentally friendly producers with loans at reduced rates.
EU Executive Proposes Massive Economic Stimulus
European Commission will seek backing for a €200 billion plan that would act as "targeted, timely and temporary" catalyst for the European economy.
French, Dutch bail-outs given green light
Seven national rescue packages have now been cleared by the EU executive.