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Rippling Effects of the German Political Stalemate

By Kenji Hosokawa Italy, December 21, 2017 The recent failure of Merkel’s CDU (Christian Democratic Union) to achieve a grand coalition between the Green party and the Free Democrats has resulted in a political stalemate within Germany. Merkel now has […]

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Washington, DC, October 3, 2012 by Robert J. Guttman and Judit Kozenkow “Poland remains one of the strongest performers in emerging Europe, and one of the most resilient economies to

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Greece: Still Mired in Recession Amid Some Surprising Signs of Change for the Better.

Paris, September 6, 2012 by Axel Krause   Returning to sweltering Thessaloniki, Greece's second-largest city, after a five-year absence, my host, a professor at the nearby American Farm School, knew what


Contracting euro zone – Decisive fall to come

by Judit Kozenkow Ph.D. August 17, 2012 Washington, DC After series of signs that the economic situation in Europe has been rather worsening than improving recently, here came the next

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‘Messmanagement’ in the euro zone

By Judit Kozenkow Washington, DC - June 20, 2012 After the Greek elections markets seemed to calm down but it lasted only for a couple of hours. Again. If we take a

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