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The_Fogeys Feb 19
gives the EU Parliament the 'Opportunity' to tighten rules in such a way as to never allow a member state to leave again ... does that sound like the words of a trading bloc or of a dictatorship to you ? ?
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Simon Baptist EIU Feb 20
Greece industrial output up 4.1% in 2017, but still 23% below pre-crisis peak. Strong euro really weighing on competitiveness, along with debt unsustainability why we think still likely in medium term
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Danae Bezantakou Feb 9
was NEVER an option
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Greece birthplace of Western Civilization Feb 9
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CarpeJugulum #FBPE 🇪🇺 🇬🇧 Jan 30
You may not be delighted to hear that has helped unite the EU27, and has effectively killed off and . Bravo.
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MancMugwump 20h
Replying to @yanisvaroufakis
Yanis the is palpable. My worry is we are mirroring history and whatever the outcome we too, like the Greeks, will be triumphant until reality/ alt-right kicks in.
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The_Fogeys Feb 6
It's embarrassing really ... Hans Christian Andersen saw it long before we did !
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Chris Koseloglou Feb 19
They call it "the right kind of "
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Peter Samuel Legon Feb 14
Greece is a German colony. They got it in the end. Until the Greeks vote to Leave the EU they will have to accept their enemies are their colonial master's friend.
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Alycia Mosley Austin Jan 29
Live footage of me in the Grad Council meeting today when the 1st of the programs that invited me to their faculty meeting last fall to talk about holistic admissions officially dropped the GRE requirement
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The_Fogeys Feb 6
The time has come ... Let Jacob Rees-Mogg do his thing !
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Pete Chatziplis Feb 19
Replying to @POLITICOEurope
No turnaround. Only Greece now a where a 50% smaller GDP is milked by loan sharks and public and private property is fire-sold. Unemployment 20%, Debt is now at 180% GDP from 110% before and Greece can raise debt at same yield?Ludicrous
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KnitonePearlone Feb 3
Replying to @eoinneylon
I support not Waters. The EU is fundamentally and always puts the big corporations before the rights of individual citizens. The EU should halve asap.
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MakeEuropeGreatAgain 13h
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Make Greece Great Feb 21
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Steven Verner Feb 20
Good news would be and a return of their own sovereign currency.
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Erin O'Brien Feb 20
Will Greece be the next country to start the process to leave the EU?
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Pete Chatziplis Feb 19
Replying to @UCL_EI @BV
For anybody with a faint idea about finance this is a very suspicious and untrue picture. Greece is destroyed, it couldn't raise debt at 110% debt/GDP in 2010 and it can now at 180%? (and at the same yield 4%) Ludicrous. Only €14b in free float. Who's buying?
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Pete Chatziplis Feb 19
Replying to @BV @Matthew_Winkler
Completely suspicious success story for Greek bonds (only €13b free float?😉). The country is ravaged and at 180% debt/GDP it can raise debt when couldn't at 110% in 2010 (and at same yield 4%). Ludicrous😂Try fight with other arguments!
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Pete Chatziplis Feb 19
Replying to @MylonasMakis
Germans are selling the turnaround story hard too. Seems that the voters there won't buy the lazy, Greeks story anymore and they need to keep the prized Euro together. France will be the next to feel the pressure after , . Portugal no success
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