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Forecasts 2010

8 January 2010 16:55 In 2010 Bulgarians will work more for the state

In 2010 the Bulgarians will work for the state 5 months to pay taxes. The so called "Liberty Day from the Government" in the past several years was in the end of May but in 2010 it is expected to jump into June, the Institute for Market Economy (IME) forecasts. The economist Petar Ganev has made ...

6 January 2010 09:48 2010 will be the year of China

Most international and internal forecasts focus on several issues that were important to forecast this time last year too. However, many of them do not count one quite significant factor which affects almost all issues - China. Why? Because for the past months, or even years, China stopped needi ...

8 January 2010 15:21 Unemployment will fall around the world but the Eurozone is in danger

By the middle of 2010 a significant turnaround is expected soon in their labor, inventory, and investment demand, with employment expected to improve. This is the forecast of a group of economists from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the World Bank, the IMF and the American Enter ...

 
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Adelina Marini
The economic committee of the European Parliament is hearing #ECB chief Mario #Draghi. Stay tuned for live updates
22 September 2014 15:12
Adelina Marini Mario #Draghi: The urgency of the #G20 to converge regulatory regimes has significantly diminished
22 September 2014 16:33
Adelina Marini
#indyref In #Scotland, a referendum is taking place today on staying or leaving the United Kingdom. Opinion polls from the past days show that the Scots are almost 50/50 divided on the issue whether they should continue on their own or should they stay as part of the UK and therefore of the EU. The expectations are that at least 80% of registered voters will have their say. The referendum will have a huge impact for the entire European Union and most of all for the existing views about independence movements across the continent
18 September 2014 09:15
Adelina Marini #indyref The voice of those who want #Scotland to remain part of the #UK has prevailed. With almost all votes counted, 55.42% of the voters said NO to Scotland leaving a more than 300-years-old union with England. 44.58% voted YES. Turnout was 84.48%. PM David Cameron said all pledges he made to Scotland will be met in full
19 September 2014 08:25
Adelina Marini
#ISIS #Russia #ebola The European Parliament adopted today several resolutions related to the foreign policy crises in the European neighbourhood. The MEPs called the EU sanctions against Russia to be enhanced and to cancel all the agreements in the energy sector, including South Stream. The EP has strongly condemned the murder of journalists David Foley and Steven Sotloff, as well as of David Haynes, an aid worker, by the Islamic State. They called on the EU to use all possible means to help Iraqi national and local authorities to fight IS, including by providing "appropriate military assistance". According to the EP, the Ebola outbreak has been underrated by the international community while it is a challenge for the global security
18 September 2014 16:11
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