Two young Spaniards chose to be entrepreneurial when faced with the prospect of looking for work in Spain’s gloomy labor market.
This year, venture capital investments in start-ups across eurozone member Spain could almost double. And despite lower wages, even German entrepreneurs are being lured to Madrid with hopes of a new future.
Youth, innovation and investment are coming together in Ho Chi Minh City to foster a vibrant startup scene that the government hopes will help modernize Vietnam's fast-growing economy. Ate Hoekstra reports.
The financial crisis that began in 2008 obliterated millions of jobs in Spain. In the wake of the meltdown, around half of those under 30 are still unable to find a job. Santiago Saez reports from Madrid and Huelva.
Robust growth in some eurozone countries supported the 19-member currency bloc's recovery in the first quarter, driving down rampant unemployment. But a further drop in inflation shows that the upswing remains fragile.
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