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Europe

Towards the end of the German model

The publication of the last statistics about the German economy allows to questioning us on the capacity of the country to overcome its current difficulties and to keep in Europe its leader position given by its size and its situation as a model which have been granted to it by its past remarkable results both regarding its exceptional foreign trade thanks to its industry and its public finance and inflation mastery. Germany came into recession. according to the definition based on a diminution of its GDP during two consecutive quarters. These ones have regressed by 0.5% during 2022 4 ...

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The Germany weakening

In less than thirty years, once the unification of the Eastern provinces was successfully achieved, Germany has become the good if not the best pupil of the European Union. It could so set its conditions for the creation of the euro, bolstered by its foreign trade surplus, the rigorous management of its public finances and its low inflation. It revived the great principles which had made its prosperity. As far as back 1895, Paul Valery, the French essayist, had shown that it was coming from its ability “to make returning the maximum of wealth from all the places in the ...

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From the crisis of the euro to the energy crisis

Just ten years ago, Mario Draghi, chairman of the European Central Bank, announcing in July 2012 that he will do all it is necessary “whatever it costs” to save the euro and putting into practice this decision, rescued the common currency. Europe was hardly emerging from the recession caused by the “sub-prime” crisis. The disclosure that Greece, with the assistance of a merchant bank, had forged its accounts in order to dissimulate the situation of its public finances, had started high tensions inside the euro zone. They were amplified by the revelation of the weakness of the Irish banks which ...

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