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GHEI: Italy on the brink GHEI: Italy on the brink

The following is an excerpt from Nita Ghei | November 9, 2011 | thewashingtontimes.com Collapse of a bloated European welfare state is inevitable The next domino is about to fall in the European debt crisis, and it’s the biggest yet. Greece, Portugal and Ireland have already received bailouts from the European Union and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). There’s no pot of rescue money big enough to save the European Union’s third-largest economy, Italy. The Mediterranean nation’s borrowing costs have soared close to ... Read More

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MICHELLE CARUSO-CABRERA MICHELLE CARUSO-CABRERA

CNBC’s Chief International Correspondent talks with the Opportunist’s Managing Editor Leslie Stone about traveling the globe, reporting on and producing groundbreaking stories, and why she believes economic freedom is just as important and empowering as political freedom. A twist of fate landed Michelle Caruso-Cabrera the job of chief international correspondent for CNBC. She was at the studio, watching the European financial crisis unfold via live camera, as the Greeks rioted in Constitution Square, when she got a hunch to check for ... Read More

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World Economy May Hang on Greek Election World Economy May Hang on Greek Election

The following is an excerpt from Jean-Nicholas Fievet | June16, 2012 | abcnews.go.com | Greece will be the focus of world attention as Parliamentary elections are held on Sunday that have the potential to determine the future of the European currency, further unsettle international markets and even spark a new global financial crisis and recession. The outcome of the election will be a defining moment in Europe’s debt crisis. It will decide whether Greece gets a government that can strike a deal ... Read More

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