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Greece Rescue Plan

March 27, 2010
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Mr Papaconstantinou said such a move was essential to alleviate market doubts that Greece could default on its debts. His remarks pursue after eurozone managers promised last Thursday to support the homeland, but halted short of detailing any accurate proposals. Eurozone investment ministers are gathering in Brussels to talk about Greece. My estimate is...
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World Cup Security fears allayed

March 6, 2010
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An “exaggerated” worry of misdeed is partially to accuse for some football followers residing away from this year’s World Cup in South Africa, a town authorized says. The head boss of the Johannesburg Development Agency, Lael Bethlehem, accepted that misdeed was one of her...
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Greek Britain?

February 18, 2010
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Do you know what is common in UK and Greece? It the budget deficit, which is more than 12% of GDP, the national savings rate, is too low and they both recently won the opportunity to host the Olympics in their region. UK is...
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Saab being Sold

February 18, 2010
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Victor Muller a Dutch carmaker is in talks to take over the Swedish saab. Victor Muller already owns the Dutch sports car manufacturing company that produces Spykar. He is...
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Bank of England Warns about Rising Inflation

February 18, 2010
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Inflation is never good for any economy. One of the most challenging tasks for any country is to grow without increasing the inflation. Bank of England has recently announced...
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Recession strikes BAE submarine site in Cumbria

February 18, 2010
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Recession seems to have encroached each and every part of society. The latest to be hit by the ripples created by inflation worldwide is BAE submarine site in Cumbria....
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