Eurozone crisis to trim global trade, World Trade Organisation warns  12/04/2012

Europe's debt crisis and the sluggish pace of global growth will see trade flows ease for a second successive year in 2012. Government hopes of an export-led recovery were dented on Thursday as the weakest trade figures for almost six months coincided with a warning from the World Trade Organisation (WTO) that the turmoil in the eurozone would act as a major drag on international commerce during 2012...

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GEAB N°87 - Contents

- Published on September 17, 2014 -

Europe 2020 – Community or empire?

. EU explosion: Scottish referendum, Eastern European countries’ failed integration Read public announcement

. French reshuffle: « atlanticisation » of the French government or rapprochement with Germany? Subscribe

. Next Commission : renewal for better? or for worse? Subscribe

. NATO summit : First-class burial or starting point of a European defence? Subscribe

. The US coalition against the Islamic state: International method or constitution of a Western camp? Subscribe

. Brazil and the November general election: risk of torpedoing South American regional integration and the BRICS project Subscribe

. Japan: return to the East or transformation into an anti-Chinese base? Subscribe

. The World – the Great Recession Subscribe

Once upon a time there was America

. A superpower destroyed by its hubris – and destroying the world Subscribe

. The US – the sick man of the world Subscribe

. - A broken political system… and a biased guardian of the Constitution Subscribe

. A social system on its last legs Subscribe

. A bankrupt education system Subscribe

. And how is the economy doing? Subscribe

Investments, trends et recommendations: Retirees: avoid the worst

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. Gold: the instruction book Subscribe

Results and analysis GlobalEurometer
The summer 2014 shock: the Ukrainian crisis, the monetary crisis, the Middle Eastern and Eastern Mediterranean crisis, social crises, even in the US, this summer will have been a “transitional” shock for Europeans. Subscribe