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Browsing the "Eurozone" Tag

The Elusive Spanish Bail-out

October 9th, 2012 | by Katharina Obermeier

  Sometimes, following international politics can feel like reading up on the latest celebrity gossip. Rumours make the rounds, articles [&hellip


Greece’s Summer of Hate

September 13th, 2012 | by Katharina Obermeier

  For many, the eurozone crisis has become associated with high-level diplomatic meetings between German, French and Italian leaders. There [&hellip


Bail-Out = Bail-Out?

June 21st, 2012 | by Katharina Obermeier

  Another month, another bail-out. This time Spain is the victim, or culprit, depending on your attitude towards the economic [&hellip


Greek Elections: Voter Intention

June 15th, 2012 | by Harry Evans

The Greek elections this Sunday are pegged to be the most important for the country in years. The emphasis in the [&hellip


Business is Not Charity

June 6th, 2012 | by Patrick Armshaw

  The Greek crisis is back on the front pages of the newspapers, with Greeks prepare for the second election [&hellip


The Road from Greece to Latvia

May 24th, 2012 | by Katharina Obermeier

  In a previous post on this blog, I commented on the fact that good news rarely receives as much [&hellip


If Greece Leaves the Eurozone …

May 17th, 2012 | by Katharina Obermeier

  Obviously nobody knows exactly how that sentence should end, but the media is rife with speculation on it. Analysts, [&hellip



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