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Damned by Debt Relief

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Ceri Dingle or Viv Regan: Damned by Debt Relief. DVD and talk from WorldWrite a development education group which critically examines the real effect of what the 2005 jamboree about debt relief has really done for people in highly indebted poor countries. Just what were the effects of the G8 meeting on debt at Gleneagles in 2005?


Ceri Dingle | talks | www
Ms Viv Regan | talks | www


Date and Time:

4 February 2007 at 6:30 pm





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75 Humberstone Gate
0116 262 2250
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Italy's debt crisis...

Posted at 10:37 AM on 11 November, 2011 by Etaine

Seems like there is a debt contagion that is widely spreading around the world. Unfortunately, Italy is highly infected. Just recently, the controversial Silvio Berlusconi, Prime Minister of Italy, won't finish his scandal-rocked third term. He recently lost a vital vote that signified a loss of support among parliamentary lawmakers. He has offered to step down after key economic reforms. Article source: Silvio Berlusconi resigning as Prime Minister of Italy

Whether he stays on his position or not, still, he cannot alter the fact that Italy's debt crisis is getting worse.


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