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Economist: Troika is the 3-headed monster trapping countries in economic underworld

It looks as if slowly thε international community starts to realize that the grip of Troika’s imposed austerity leads to nowhere. Or better say: strict and merciless austerity leads right to the sharp teeth of a monster eating our flesh, to paraphrase the article “The euro’s hellhound -It is time …

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Economist: Just when you thought it was safe…

A great image: economically sinking Cyprus surrounded by sharks. Posted on the front page of Economist with title “The euro-zone crisis: Just when you thought it was safe…”. Bailing out Cyprus was always going to be tricky. But it didn’t have to be like this, reads the subtitle. “EVEN by …

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The Economist: Samaras Government, Papademos Deputy PM

The official date for the early parliamentary elections has not be set yet, however the scenarios about the day after start to make the rounds. The magazine The Economist forecastsa win for conservative Nea Dimokratia but not enough majority that would allow it to form one-party government. The Economist predicts that the …

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The Economist: GR, IE & PT should restructure debt – They’re bust!

That’s a nice article to boost our spirit. And thus on April Fool’s Day, on the first day of the month. Stoned-aged old grannies used to say “How the month begins, so the month ends”. They meant that if the first day of the month is good/bad, the whole month would be good/bad. Old grannies …

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