Much of the U.S.’s structures and facilities pre-date WWII, while the bulk of the German framework is from the 50s and 60s, and by now over 50 years old.
Roland Tichy looks the the parties and what they have to offer in the run up to federal elections in Germany
The “Latin Empire” strikes back as southern Europe struggles to free itself of the North’s yoke
Take a closer look at global commodities markets and you will see that financial instruments can have a limited effect on pricing – in both directions. But is speculation really responsible for hunger in the world?
Optimists are eager to jump on the news that the economy is now growing again for the first time since the third quarter of 2011. Exports are rising in the crisis-hit Club Med countries and even unemployment has declined recently.