Archive for the ‘Europe Union’ Category

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Monday, March 29th, 2010

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HISTORY OF EUROPE UNION

Saturday, January 9th, 2010

Second world-war did bring a lot of destruction and along with brought bloody wars for Europe with its neighbours. So in 1950, six nations which included France, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Neither lands and Luxembourg so as to stop these wars and once again lead to the peaceful development of Europe by forming Europe union. Also, the European coal and steel community played a major role in uniting Europe back by supporting the six founders.

Czech government collapses

Wednesday, May 6th, 2009

The French feared what would happen when the Czech Republic took over as EU President. Everyone else wished them well since their small country was a shining success story of Eastern Europe. The economy was booming, currency getting stronger. When it took control of the EU the government in the Czech Republic started to fall apart. On March 24th, the government lost a confidence vote in the Czech parliament when opposition leaders united. The Czechs are now trying to rebuild their own government.

Portugal feeling Glum

Wednesday, May 6th, 2009

Studies show that the Portuguese are a depressed people. A recent survey showed that 92% of all residents thought their country was in a poor economic state and a whopping 95% felt they couldn’t find a better job if they wanted to. Shockingly over 50% of Portuguese are not happy with their lives. Oddly enough Portugal is one of the countries that has handled the global crisis with minimal disruption. Banks were wise enough not to rush into wild lending and the real estate market is stable.