Europe wrestles with its economic future

The crisis that for the last two years has threatened to destroy the eurozone may have eased recently, but the threat to Europe's financial stability - and to the businesses within it - remains. In January, European Commission president José Manuel Barroso ushered in the new year by saying the threat to the euro had been overcome. But his pronouncement may have been premature.

Featuring insights from the OECD and the World Economic Forum, this article studies whether the eurozone could finally be about to turn a corner.