>> Europe could be said to be in need of a little unity, and this Berlin building houses a new exhibition to promote it. Europe 360 Degrees, it's hoped, will bring Europeans together to talk.>> The larger the task for Europe becomes, the more we need to involve its citizens.
We need to debate things with them and I think this can become a place for mutual enrichment.>> But new growth figures show Germany powering ahead at its fastest in two years. The Eurozone as a whole, not quite keeping up, it's GDP has been revised downwards. Those numbers perhaps stirring old fears of divides within the Eurozone economy, and not just between member states.
A problem for all is low inflation. German consumer prices down 0.4% on the month, others also negative over the year. One report saying that by the end of next year at Brexit, should it happen, could cost 45 billion euros to the German economy alone.