Monthly Archives: November 2009

Reshaping the European Union

The Belgian Premier Herman Van Rompuy is confirmed on Thursday evening as the first EU president, and Catherine Ashton the British and the actual European commissioner of Commerce is being appointed in the position of European foreign policy. What will … Continue reading

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The growing Chinese takeover on businesses in Africa

Since the end of the civil war in Angola Chinese investment and Chinese worker are growing more than expected, some call it invasion or even neo-colonialism. Despite their huge¬†investment¬†on the continent, Chinese takeout doesn’t anounce good news for the local … Continue reading

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