Paul Taylor

Egypt under IMF spotlight as loan talks resume

By Paul Taylor
April 3, 2013

CAIRO, April 3 (Reuters) – An International Monetary Fund
(IMF) team resumed long delayed negotiations with Egypt on
Wednesday on a $4.8 billion loan to ease a deepening economic
crisis in the most populous Arab country.

Analysis: Germany sees itself as Europe’s grown-up, children sullen

By Paul Taylor
April 1, 2013

BERLIN (Reuters) – Buoyed by solid finances, roaring exports and low unemployment, Germany increasingly sees itself as the only grown-up in Europe, responsible for bringing wayward children into line to hold the family together.