Now, we are interested in the Italian election. The crisis ends. The new sick man of Europe. Draghi will take care. The situation in Spain is electrifying.
The thing that was really important was how much money each of the leaders brings (in the so called “envelope”) to their countries, and not the answer to the question – where will Europe be in 2020?
Let’s begin with currency wars once again. Why? It is a real current issue.
INESS – the Institute of Economic and Social Studies has processed the available data about investment subsidies and published a policy paper Investment subsidies – creation of new wealth or just redistribution of the existing?
This summit, similarly to the previous one, has showed that our leaders have no vision of the future Europe. Once again, we have a proof that they do not understand the idea of Europe. Or maybe they do understand but they are afraid of changes?
Over 600 000 letters of protest from the webpage http://liberte.pl/zwiazki-tak were sent to The Prime Minister Donald Tusk and 46 Civic Platform members of parliament whom during Friday’s voting have rejected all three drafts laws of the partnership bill.
Ireland is an exceptional case. France is an exceptional case. Bad news is here to stay. And we might even question the EU funds.
The index measuring trust in the judicial system has significantly decreased in Hungary since the change of regime in 1989-90: people complain not only about the length and the quality of legal cases but also about high administrative costs and choking bureaucracy.
EU officers are angry. European banks came up with interesting news. If you want a house in Spain, you have a great chance now, supply increases. Illicit money scandal also in the Spanish government.
Spain has definitely become a time bomb. The official GDP is predicted to decline 2% in each of the two following years pushing unemployment probably over 28% and public debt from 88% to 110% of GDP.