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  • 30 aprile 2015
    Abe al Congresso Usa: non c’e alternativa all’accordo di libero scambio

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    Abe al Congresso Usa: non c’e alternativa all’accordo di libero scambio

    TOKYO - Non ha riconosciuto esplicitamente che il Giappone fu in guerra un Paese aggressore e non si è scusato per le “donne-conforto” costrette alla prostituzione durante il conflitto, ma ha trovato varie espressioni significative per sottolineare che il suo Paese è cambiato grazie a una America

  • 28 aprile 2015
    Real Aid to Growth Versus Euroepan Dogmas

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    Real Aid to Growth Versus Euroepan Dogmas

    The European exit from the crisis should be enabled by a full revision of the relationships between states and markets. The treaties define Europe’s “Market Social Economy” in terms of balanced economic growth; of full employment; of social, scientific and technologic progress; of economic, social

  • 01 aprile 2015
    European State-Backed Lenders: The True Engine of Juncker’s Plan

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    European State-Backed Lenders: The True Engine of Juncker’s Plan

    Italy’s economic situation seems to be improving but more commitment and additional reforms will be necessary to recover from the damages of six years of crisis and re-launch investments. The investment plan of European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, or Plan J, can turn useful if we

  • 24 marzo 2015
    If the ECB forgets the Juncker Plan

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    If the ECB forgets the Juncker Plan

    The quantitative easing (QE) by the European Central Bank (ECB) led by Mario Draghi has just begun and it will take time to assess its effects. Some consider it a cornucopia (especially the European stock market) and others (the Bundesbank) deem it as a Pandora’s box. The ability of the QE of

  • 17 marzo 2015
    The QE Effect, and the Risky Rates Game

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    The QE Effect, and the Risky Rates Game

    The anti-deflation Quantitative Easing (QE) by the European Central Bank (ECB) has begun, after several other injections of liquidity. The “byproducts” (given that they are foreign to the ECB statute) should be higher growth and employment. We all hope so; yet, it is hard to be certain as the move