Posts Tagged ‘ economics ’

SOS : Save Our Specie

October 6, 2010

By : Andrew Codd, Miguel Duran de Barbozza, Margot Perrier, Alexandra Tengberg FIXING EURO SINGLE CURRENCY 2010 is going to be the year when Europe realizes how much work it has to catch up. Since this past weekend, all the Euro zone, from ” in the red “countries like Greece or Portugal, to strong...
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Three solutions to Eurozone weaknesses: says Economist

October 5, 2010

By Steffen Hesseldal Windfeld-Hansen, Michael Huguenin and Piers d’Orgee The Eurozone’s current overall growth is in stark contrast to the condition of some individual states. Their situation is altogether less than acceptable. While Germany, the economic powerhouse, sits somewhat appeased with its best quarter for economic growth since the reunification, there are a few...
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Sunglasses hiding a paternal instinct

September 16, 2010

Steffen Hesseldal, 28 years old, Copenhagen (Denmark) It was his last course of journalism and he wanted to travel abroad. After studying Economics for a year and getting bored with it, he decided to change his professional future. Actually, if you meet him for the first time, you will see the journalist prototype. Wearing...
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