Europe’s Debt Crisis Endgames—Stealth Solutions

4 Responses to "Europe’s Debt Crisis Endgames—Stealth Solutions"

  1. Julian   January 25, 2013 at 7:33 pm

    It's inevitable that this will happen. Why couldn't the EU governments rush through a policy to raise taxes across the board for all companies operating within the EU? There are two things the EU must do, raise money and buy time. There is maybe 2 trillion euros sitting in corporate balance sheets doing nothing and earning next to nothing!

  2. Indieobserver1   January 29, 2013 at 4:44 am

    What a disaster. The only hopes for Europeans: the abolishment of the single currency and the abolishment of the drive towards a political union dominated by a central governing body made up of left-leaning, undemocratic bureaucrats. Unfortunately, the way things are moving in Europe, this is unlikely to happen before it is too late…

  3. I Kiddle   January 29, 2013 at 11:45 pm

    7000 Euro for every man woman and child in the EU. Unbelievable! If this money had been distributed more equitably among the population surely the overall economy would have undergone a significant boost also benefiting the employment situation. Perhaps those to whom money is owed need to renegotiate longer term repayments and accept some loss.

  4. Gregory, Lupilya   June 11, 2013 at 3:20 am

    A changing society like that of EU, needs strategic plans and formal management, formulation of creative ideas and changing those idea into life will to somewhat reduce debt crisis in the region!! BANKS should concentrate on financing productive sectors which are subject to profitability roots, to unroot the loans repayment defauults!!