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    1. June 29, 2015

      Differences remain as Iran nuclear talks reach crunch time

      When negotiators from six world powers meet with Iran in Vienna this week, they will be within touching distance of a...

    2. June 28, 2015

      Iran nuclear talks to miss deadline as differences remain

      Crucial nuclear talks with Iran in Vienna are likely to extend beyond the self-imposed deadline of Tuesday, western...

    Special Reports

    1. Vienna as a Financial Centre

      The eastern exposure of Vienna’s banks is a cause for concern amid the stand-off betwe...
    2. Vienna as a Business Location

      Vienna’s long-held ambition to be the business hub for central Europe has taken some h...
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    1. June 26, 2015

      The Austrian art curator who built a school in Sri Lanka

      Serendipity is what brought Kathrin Messner to Sri Lanka — appropriately enough, given the word’s origin. Coined by Horace...

    2. June 26, 2015

      Migration and global hub ambitions serve to fuel Vienna’s growth

      “Vienna was very much a closed-shop culture until the late 1980s, bit conservative, bit withdrawn. I would compare it with...

    3. June 26, 2015

      Vienna’s sights set on fostering a generation of tech start-ups

      Vienna’s 13th-century Hofburg palace was once the seat of the Holy Roman Empire. It hosted the premiere of Ludwig van...

    4. June 26, 2015

      Vienna’s prospects healthy as investors spread their wings

      Vienna-based asset managers dominate central Europe, exploiting the bank branch network that Erste, Raiffeisen and Bank...

    5. June 26, 2015

      Vienna eyes links both east and west as transition continues

      Vienna’s long-held ambition to be the business hub for central Europe has taken some hard knocks over the past 12 months....

    6. June 26, 2015

      Häupl faces toughest fight yet to keep Vienna voting ‘red’

      Vienna’s city council elections this October will be a critical midterm test for the ruling Social Democrats (SPÖ) and could...

    7. June 26, 2015

      Impact Hub takes on all the fervour of ‘a movement’ as network increases

      It is perhaps fitting that a city often talked about as being a pivotal location for the central European region should have...

    8. June 26, 2015

      Data deals signal way ahead for the Vienna Stock Exchange

      It was a conversation in the men's room of the Connaught hotel in London that changed the growth strategy of the Vienna...

    9. June 26, 2015

      Capital woes hit Vienna banks as tighter lending rules kick in

      The three big Vienna-based banks’ expansion into central and eastern Europe (CEE) was one of Austria’s real successes of the...

    10. June 12, 2015

      Assessing Opec’s oil market strategy

      The oil ministers of Opec nations could hardly contain their satisfaction in Vienna last week, brimming with confidence...

    11. Nick Butler

      June 7, 2015

      Oil prices – the next move is downwards

      Last week’s Opec meeting in Vienna confirmed that power has drifted away from the cartel that shaped the oil market for so...

    12. June 5, 2015

      Opec agrees to keep oil output high in battle for market

      Opec has agreed to stick with its strategy of keeping the oil taps wide open to squeeze high-cost producers with the cartel...

    13. June 4, 2015

      India seeks oil discounts from Opec as it flexes import clout

      India is asking Opec members for long-term oil price concessions, its petroleum minister said on Thursday, as it tries to...

    14. June 3, 2015

      Chevron chief lashes out at European oil groups on climate change

      The head of Chevron, one of the largest US oil companies, has attacked his European counterparts for backing a global carbon...

    15. June 3, 2015

      BP chief expects low oil prices until at least 2016

      The chief executive of BP expects oil prices to remain low until at least 2016 as production grows faster than demand....

    16. The World

      June 3, 2015

      Live: Opec seminar

      This Live Blog session closed at 09:58 on 3 Jun 2015.Ali al-Naimi, the Saudi oil minister (centre), Bob Dudley the chief...

    17. June 2, 2015

      Opec meets big oil in an altered landscape

      When the oil industry descends on Vienna this week it will survey a market transformed by Opec’s historic decision six...

    18. May 29, 2015

      Oh Vienna: observations from the 60th Eurovision Song Contest

      Prim and taut, Isabelle Huppert stomps around Vienna joylessly in The Piano Teacher, Michael Haneke’s 2001 film adaptation...

    19. May 21, 2015

      Raiffeisen insists no pressure to raise capital

      Austria’s Raiffeisen Bank International insisted it was under “no pressure whatsoever” to accelerate efforts to boost...

    20. May 13, 2015

      Saudi claims oil price strategy success

      Saudi Arabia says its strategy of squeezing high-cost rivals such as US shale producers is succeeding, as the world’s...

    21. May 3, 2015

      Athens mayor guards city’s cash from government

      The fund-grabbing decree came like a bolt from the blue, according to the mayor of Athens. Yiorgos Kaminis was in Vienna...

    22. May 1, 2015

      Austria property: Vienna’s prices are reined in by rouble

      After nearly a decade of record growth, the residential property market in Vienna is finally showing clear signs of slowing....

    23. April 30, 2015

      Ukrainian oligarch avoids extradition to US

      A Vienna court late on Thursday rejected a US Department of Justice request to extradite Dmitry Firtash, a Russia-linked...

    24. April 30, 2015

      Hypo Alpe Adria collapse set to test rules on bank failures

      Klagenfurt am Wörthersee, an Alpine lake city almost 350km from Vienna, was once the idyllic backdrop to one of the most...

    25. April 10, 2015

      Tracey Emin, Egon Schiele and the politics of the nude

      In 1972, the art critic and theorist John Berger spoke for a generation of feminists when, in Ways of Seeing, he railed...

    26. March 27, 2015

      The Slow Lane: Same street, new perspective

      Shift your point of orientation just slightly and everything changes. Maybe it has taken the wonders of GPS to bring home...

    27. beyondbrics

      March 5, 2015

      Guest post: how long will I live?

      By Wolfgang Fengler of the World Bank For a good part of my life I have been an expat, working and living with my family in...

    28. March 2, 2015

      Austria gives bondholders sour taste of new EU bank regime

      Bondholders are feeling the painful impact of the EU’s new bank resolution regime for the first time after the Austrian...

    29. February 1, 2015

      Carl Djerassi, chemist and father of contraceptive pill, 1923-2015

      Carl Djerassi, sometimes known as “the father of the contraceptive pill” and one of the most creative chemists of the last...

    30. January 9, 2015

      Postcard from . . . Vienna

      The door to the Elmayer Dance School on Bräunerstrasse creaked open. Its cosy interior was a welcome respite from the dank...

    31. January 9, 2015

      The Slow Lane: Who is the greatest painter of them all?

      Goya once wrote, “I have had three masters, nature, Velázquez and Rembrandt.” There is a certain arrogance in this statement...

    32. January 9, 2015

      New drilling affected by oil price fall

      Crude lost another 11 per cent this week amid continuing worries about a supply surplus as demand slows, with the Brent...

    33. December 17, 2014

      Why Opec is increasingly irrelevant

      When the Saudis, the leaders of Opec, decided at the cartel’s recent meeting in Vienna to maintain their oil production...

    34. December 12, 2014

      Women of 2014: Laura Poitras

      The first time Laura Poitras was stopped and questioned at an airport, she thought it was a mistake. Flying home to the US...

    35. November 28, 2014

      Prices, not Opec, to balance oil supply

      The energy minister of one of Opec’s largest producers gave a rare glimpse into the thinking of the influential Gulf nations...

    36. November 27, 2014

      Opec members flounder in a flood of cheap oil

      Sheikh Ahmed Zaki Yamani, Saudi Arabia’s oil minister and the most prominent figure in Opec from 1962-86, was reported to...

    37. beyondbrics

      November 27, 2014

      Guest post: Hungary's low lending rates are not a supply side problem

      By Timothy Ash of Standard Bank A new initiative by the government of Viktor Orban in Hungary appears to be “right-sizing”...

    38. beyondbrics

      November 27, 2014

      Ready or not: oil exporters facing low prices

      “The Ant and The Grasshopper”, one of Aesop’s darker fables, is a cautionary tale about forward planning. An industrious ant...

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