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Jul 02, 2011
Save Greece mission pleases everyone barring GermanyMore aid is on the way for Athens battling too many odds on the debt front. Euro zone is determined to keep the virus in check. The operation to salvage Greece is turning costlier. Berlin is not amused.
Jun 27, 2011
China wants to save the world. But who will save China?The eurozone is on fire, and China has gallantly come to its rescue with a pledge to buy sovereign debt. But China's own public debt situation is more serious than it acknowledges. So who can save the saviour?
Jun 17, 2011
Time for Greece to say goodbye to the euro: Mark WeisbrotGreece's unsustainable debt burden is made worse by EU-IMF conditions for a bailout, and Greece should walk away, says Mark Weisbrot, co-director of the Centre for Economic and Policy Research.
Jun 16, 2011
US, Greece in for more pain, Asian stocks slip into sick bayEurozone tension, coupled with US' fledgling economic revival, triggered massive selling on the Wall Street. This pressured Asian equity markets and other riskier assets on Thursday.
Jun 14, 2011
S&P loses faith in Greece, rating cut clouds debateThe latest credit downgrade is a big blow to Greece which is scrambling to push an unpopular austerity package through Parliament to ensure continued funding under a year-old bailout plan.
Jun 06, 2011
Throwing more bailout money at Greece is sheer lunacyThe IMF and the EU are lining up a second bailout package for Greece. Why this is completely useless.
May 24, 2011
It's probably time to kiss the European Union goodbyeBreaking up is hard to do, but persisting in the folly of a flawed idea is worse.
Jul 12, 2006
Microsoft Hit by EU With $357 Million FineIn a rather serious development for Microsoft's in its antitrust woes in Europe the European Commission has fined Microsoft 280.5 million Euros ($ 3...