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Oye! News from Europe
While it is hard to imagine, Europe's debt crisis is nearly entering its third year. So far, Europe has managed to contain most of the damage to its own territory; the United States, Canada and the Far East are still showing economic growth levels that are modest but still positive and
Gazprom has Europe's natural gas market in a stranglehold and Europe is attempting to fight back, first with a raid last year on the Russian giant's offices and then with a probe launched earlier this week against its allegedly illicit efforts to control the EU's natural gas supplies.
Nearly every day, we read some grim news about Europe's economy. The latest ECB Monthly Bulletin
shows that European households are having a difficult time. A handful of graphs will show you where the problems lie.
To help keep the importance
Madrid, around the House of Representatives on September 25.
Calling to citizen:
Warning: this may be the next and final mobilization of citizens from which to start the process of change that is left behind the current system and lay the foundations for real democracy.
The action is
A recently published paper entitled "
Irresponsible and rash risk taking brought the banking sector in the United States and Europe at the brink of bankruptcy. Governments had no choice but to bail out the banks at taxpayers’ costs in order to prevent a complete collapse of their economies. Besides the enormous
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