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Germany should leave the Euro Zone

Europe’s largest economy should leave the currency union in order to save the European Union, one of Germany’s most influential corporate consultants has told Handelsblatt. “We shouldn’t think so much about whether or not Greece can be saved,” Roland Berger, who founded the global consulting firm by the same name, …

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First European Rating Agency on the Way

Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s and all the other kids, that is the American rating agencies are about to get a European rival. German corporate consulting firm Roland Berger developed a plan to challenge the dominance of American firms that have thrown quite some euro zone member countries into deep red by …

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50% Greek “Haircut” or German Rescue Plan with “Treuhand”?

While the scenarios over the weekend claim a Greek haircut of 50% and the most odious preconditions with more austerity measures and the Troika be seated in Athens for a decade,  Greek Finance Minister EvangelosVenizelos meets with German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble in Washington. Tomorrow he will hold meetings with IMF-Chief Christine …

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