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2015 – The global crash won’t happen (GEAB N°94)

We could have also headed our article : “No, the inflating of the Chinese stock exchanges isn’t a bubble”. The Shanghai stock exchange’s exuberant 100% increase in one year is certainly frightening, but it reflects a real dynamic (or rather a correction) of the country’s economic development. One really has ...

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We are celebrating 8 years of GEAB political anticipation!

We have the privilege and pleasure to officially announce that, for its 8th birthday, the Global European Anticipation Bulletin is being upgraded and improved with a new format… By adding 4 new languages to the 4 already existing, our newsletter is one of a kind ! A new website in ...

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Global systemic crisis – 2015: The world is defecting to the East

Two important facts emerge from the past four weeks’ news. First, China is becoming the world’s largest economic power, officially overtaking the US, based on GDP measured in purchasing power terms (IMF figures) of $17.61 trillion (compared to $17.4 trillion for the US). If the official media hasn’t raised the ...

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Europe 2020 – Community or empire?

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This title is inspired by Franck Biancheri first book (unpublished) written in 1992 and in which the author showed that the founding principles of the European project conceived at the end of the Second World War (a community of countries giving themselves the means to jointly build a lasting peace ...

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Towards a sound economy, By Rudo de Ruijter*

Sometimes money is compared with the blood of the economy. The credit crisis painfully demonstrated, that the economy depends on a permanent infusion of credits. As soon as the banks deliver a bit less credit, enterprises fail and the mass dismissals succeed each other. We are made to believe, that ...

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