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PIIGs countries 2

Euro Countries – Meager Public Finances Part II

5: A euro crisis Euro co-operation consists of 17 EU member states , which have the euro as their common means of payment. The European Central Bank (ECB) is responsible for monetary policy for...

The Financial Crisis 2009 4

The Financial Crisis 2009 Part IV

Tighter regulations require – to varying degrees – international cooperation to be fully effective. Without such cooperation, banks may threaten to move to where they receive the most favorable terms. We can have what...

The Financial Crisis 2009 3

The Financial Crisis 2009 Part III

For such a system to work, banks that take greater risks than the usual “useful” banks must actually be able to go bankrupt. The idea is that the more speculative investment banks and other...

The Financial Crisis 2009 1

The Financial Crisis 2009 Part II

The distribution between the government spending the money itself and handing it over to households in the form of tax breaks varied between countries. One rule seems to be that the more social democratic...

The Financial Crisis 2009 1

The Financial Crisis 2009 Part I

In March 2009, it looked really dark for the world economy. Everything pointed downwards. Since then, stock markets around the world have risen significantly, and the fall in world trade has stopped. It may...

Emigration to Ireland

Emigration to Ireland

Area: 70,273 km² Residents: 4,761,865 (2016) Population density: 68 E / km² Form of Government: Parliamentary republic System of Government: Parliamentary democracy Neighboring countries: Northern Ireland Capital: Dublin National language: Irish, English Religions: 86.8% Roman Catholic, 3% Anglican, 0.8% Muslims, 0.14% Jehovah’s Witnesses Currency: Euro...

Ireland Landmarks

Ireland Landmarks

Ireland has a large number of different sights and attractions for its visitors attractions to offer. Visit weddinginfashion for Top 10 Tourist Attractions in Ireland.  You should definitely not miss St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin....