Tag Archives: EU Economy

The lies about the EU economy and the Credit Crunch

Today we will learn whether the Euroland economy is already in decline, or whether its growth has merely slowed to a standstill. The briefing in advance of the figures implies we are being readied for bad news. Over the last year we have heard a great deal from the Uk government and from the supine […]

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Recovering the EU economies – a modest proposal

All the main EU economies are slowing down, and some are already well into property collapses and Credit crunch. Whilst the UK is the worst placed of the majors thanks to heavy government indebtedness as well as private sector borrowing levels, they all need some relief from rising costs and falling demand. The EU could […]

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