Why The Eurozone Crisis Is Not Over [INFOGRAPHIC]


Since 2009, the Eurozone crisis has resulted in severe economic turmoil in the region. Analysts blame growing debts in European countries for triggering one of the worst economic crises of recent years. While more time is needed to improve the situation, certain trends are pointing to signs of improvement as illustrated by the following:

  • Inflation has been steadily decreasing to a 5.5 year low.
  • Small and medium enterprises (SMES) are now accounting for 2/3 of employment across Europe.

Why The Eurozone Crisis Is Not Over

The Eurozone Crisis Infographic

Infographic source: Boston University

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