Wed, 13 Jun 2012 6:13p.m.
The head of Treasury used the word depression to describe how bad Europe’s economic woes could get
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14/06/2012 12:34:46 p.m.
In terms of Asset Sales:Governments often uses a macro-economic term called '3rd party repo' basically design for a GOVTs to sell an asset to a financial institution and then get a future govt to buy it back at a higher price at a cost of the tax payer. Another neoconservative screw-up!A tax payer has no ability of finding this information? BANKS/GOVTs keeps this info confidential from the citizen. even though its clearly ripping as off. Previously Labour and National have done nothing on this subject. So GO GREEN! - Bring back Austrian economics!
13/06/2012 7:44:28 p.m.
the PIIGS are literally already in depression scale crises...just another bit of evidence treasury has no idea about anything, the other evidence being the last 30 years
13/06/2012 6:51:27 p.m.
Emma Vickers wrote:
Who is the guy behind to the right of Gabriel Makhlouf??!!
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