Which country is a bigger drain on the European economy: Germany or Greece? Their differences in size notwithstanding, both economies are being “bailed out” with almost equal amounts of cash.
Bloomberg, not exactly a Bolshevik press agency, recently highlighted why we should have zero sympathy for the bankers of Frankfurt and Berlin. Its editors cited estimates that Germany took more than 284 billion euros from other countries in the single currency bloc betw...
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