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Economic Health Has Greece Turned a Corner? Greece, which took over the European Council presidency on Jan. 1, claims it is returning to economic health and is even expecting modest growth this year. But a closer look raises doubts. By Christoph Pauly, Gregor Peter Schmitz and Christoph Schult more... [ Comment ] Super Subs The German Defense Industry Discovers Asia Der Spiegel Der Spiegel
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Financial Times "If they wanted to end deflation they should stop fixating on the CPI and allow market forces to eliminate the zombies which are the true source of deflation in Japan. Every intervention makes the problem more intractable. Assuming it's actually a problem, that is. Most Japanese are quite content to have had rising living standards through falling prices and a strong yen."By Treepower on BoJ warns of stalling inflation Financial Times
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UK Mail Online Frank Cattrall, 62, said the hole in the road ruined his Renault's suspension, but when Essex County Council denied responsibility, he said out to prove them wrong. The retiree, from Colchester, obtained information under the Freedom of Information Act that showed that the large pothole had been reported to the council three months beforehand. Armed with details, he took the council to the small claims court and now a judge at Colchester County Court has ordered the council to pay for the car repairs and Mr Cattrall's costs. UK Mail Online
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