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Greece & European Union

Greece & European Union

Tensions rise In Greece, many people have lost their jobs, the roof over their heads and some of them cannot even afford to feed their families. The newly elected Prime Minister of Greece, Alexis Tsipras, is looking to make a deal with the other European leaders. He wants to change the strict money policies, which
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Working and Living in Great Britain

Working and Living in Great Britain

In this article, we would like to share several tips about living in Great Britain. What you need to know before travelling to UK, what you cannot miss, what is worth seeing etc. We are very open to guest posts, if you have anything interesting to add 🙂

Working and Living in Germany

Working and Living in Germany

Interesting Tips on Working Abroad Hello, I am here to tell you that finding a job abroad, especially in a country like Germany is a great achievement given the melt down in the Eurozone. But this is only the beginning of a long journey. Here, in this article, I give you quick and pleasant snapshot
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Russia – Ukraine conflict and its impacts on the world economy

Russia – Ukraine conflict and its impacts on the world economy

Not only the global politics changed due to Russia-Ukraine tension, but it has some economic implications. The bloodless annexation of the Crimean peninsula affected global trade especially European Union trade where most countries in the union fulfill their energy requirements from Russian natural resources reserves. The situation is quite the same as the 2008 Georgian
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ECB Cut in Interest Rate

ECB Cut in Interest Rate

The European Central Bank (ECB) has cut its main interest rate to 0.25 percent at a meeting in Frankfurt. The ECB is dealing in euro currency and is the top monetary authority of the Eurozone. The recent cut down is quite unexpected and it surprised financial experts. Most economists thought the bank would wait until
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