Dimitris Rapidis

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The draft report of the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs of the European Parliament over the regulations and powers of the European Central Bank to impose sanctions (EC No 2532/98), issued on September 17, includes a rather ambiguous, to be polite, provision, entitling the ECB to decide whether to publish or not decisions of… » read more

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Hasta cuando?

Despite austerity measures, the Spanish economy continues to shrink. Public debt is increasing, whereas the banking system is more fragile than before. The problematic real estate loans continue to increase, despite the prospective cut and the reposition to the big basket of the “evil bank”. Meanwhile, the political environment does not encourage positive developments.

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Amongst other hot topics pertaining the debate over the future of Eurozone, there is one rarely mentioned in the media analyses: Does the current conditions in Eurozone gradually instill a strong generational conflict between older and young people that desire to take up the train of advancement?

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Italy is the European state having 10 of its cities declaring incapability of payment serving. Span’s 10-year bonds are regularly getting underrated in the market decreasing the credibility of the country’s public finance status. Greece is ready for negotiations with the troika hoping to receive a new deal in order to pay pensions and public… » read more

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Greece is regarded the first victim of the financial and political crisis in terms of racist feelings. The recent elections o June 17th have led to the rise of the racist party called Xrysi Aygi which expresses all aspects and policies against immigrants and race discrimination, promising to bring honesty to the Greek politics and… » read more

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