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The German elections will not change a thing in the Eurozone

Interview with Italian economist Emiliano Brancaccio ‘As far as austerity is concerned, even after the September elections Germany will not turn the page. The Germans have benefited from the crisis, and even if the Bundesbank itself has reservations about the general direction of European economic policy, Berlin has no interest in changing course.’ So says … Continue reading

German banks will profit from the Spanish ‘rescue’

By Vincente Navarro* One of the causes of the current crisis in Spain is the bursting of the housing bubble. The marriage of financial capital (banks, savings banks, insurance companies and other financial institutions) and  real estate created this bubble. In the last ten years more houses were built in our country than the whole … Continue reading

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