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Luxembourg, Ireland, Netherlands among worst tax havens

A report published by the charity non-governmental organization OXFAM exposes the worst offenders in the ‘race to the bottom on corporate tax.’ Luxembourg, Ireland, Cyprus, and the Netherlands are among the world’s 10 worst tax havens, despite an ongoing EU crackdown on tax avoidance and profit shifting across the bloc. …

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Two cases of mad cow disease in Central Greece; animals imported from the Netherlands

A farm in Fthiotida, central Greece, has been placed in quarantine after two cases of mad cow disease were discovered there, almost 13 years since the disease last appeared in Greece. The cases of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) were found in two dead cows that had been imported from the …

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German Minister’s Collateral Proposal

Germany is apparently in need of Gold. Otherwise I can’t explain how comes a German Minister jumps in in the collateral discussion and claims ‘rescue’ packages of  eurozone members-countries should be covered by guarantees, as gold reserves  and shares in state industries. Speaking to German state broadcast ARD, Labour and Social …

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Dallara: EU Must Stop the Collateral Issue of Greece & its Lenders

Charles Dallara, CEO and Managing Director of Institute of International Finance urged the European Union to intervene in the issue of cash collateral between Greece and its eurozone partners. The head of the International Association of Banks sent a stern message to the central leadership of the European Union, for …

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Greece Cash Collateral: Grabbing the Donkey’s Tail

Many economics experts  have repeatedly criticized the EU leaders for lack of political vision. For grave delays in resolving the European crisis. Delays that broaden the gap between the North and the South, pushing millions of EU citizens into dramatic economic underworld. Lack of political will and vision push inevitably the member-states of the …

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Greece to Feed its Lenders with Cash Collaterals

Greece enters new financial adventures as the loan agreement with Finland created a huge appetite to other EU member countries forced to help out Greece but in fact – and deep in their heart – unwilling raise a single euro for the Hellenes. The Greek-Finish agreement that needs to be approved by …

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CMA-report: Greece tops Debt Risk List 1Q 2011 – Again

Greece  is considered as the world’s most risky to default and tops again the CMA list of Sovereign Debt Risk Report with a 58% chance of a debt restructuring occurring within five years. The London-based CMA released Global Sovereign Credit Risk Report refers to the first Quarter of 2011. On the Top …

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