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The Eurexit and the Greek “Day After Tomorrow”

... towards other countries like Portugal, Italy, Spain, or even France could establish Germany’s hegemony over the E.U. But this strategy is quite bad for Germany. Economists and investors from all over the world are already disappointed with the Eurozone project. Germany has proven that it does not have the ability to solve an internal problem within the E.U. The Eurozone itself is being questioned. The French President has already admitted that the Εurozone needs to be restored. Of course, French supported ...


The Negotiations' Deadlock, the New Europe and the Greek Drama

... absolute terms, France would suffer from the highest losses (€2.9 trillion), followed by the USA (€2.8 trillion), China (€1.9 trillion) and Germany ( €1.7 trillion ). In a survey of the same institute in 2013, it was estimated that if eurozone breaks and Germany returns to Mark, then it will bear losses of €1.2 trillion for the period 2013-2035. That means that even if Germany had to write-off 60% of the Greek, Spanish, Portuguese and Italian debt, it will still have a net profit from preserving ...


The Deepening UK-EU Crisis

... restoration of the French-German tandem, which had defined the direction and velocity of the integration process, but visibly weakened during the EU's eastward expansion. The duo's might became obvious at the EU Paris summit in August 2011, when France and Germany managed to work out a common line and offer the other 15 Eurozone countries a stabilization program. In essence, the issue was the so-called "economic government", headed by President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy and intended to produce a common taxation policy for the Eurozone. London ...


The Eurozone – the Innovation Experiment is in Progress

... thriller ‘Hour of an Eagle’ has been timed to the mentioned decision of the Constitutional Court [3] . Its author, Markus A. Vill, describes the struggle between the Deutschemark Party (DMP) which has come to power and wishes to withdraw Germany from the eurozone and the management of the Bundesbank which strives not to allow such developments. In their first comments on the book, German experts point out the content analysis of the possible economic consequences of such scenario (as well as the causes ...


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