Irish Economy, The Boom That Is Fleeting

Benefiting from years of low interest rate that followed the creation of the euro zone in 1999, Irish economy enjoyed one of the biggest growth spurts in Europe.

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Gold, A Good Refuge For A Weakening Dollar

Gold has become a reference for policy makers and investors alike. Recently, World Bank president Robert B. Zoellick, has surprised economic experts when he suggested that the price of gold should be considered as a financial yardstick.

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To Sustain Economic Growth, China Is Outsourcing Domestically

Chinese workers had been China’s backbone in their growing economy and trade growth.They are the engine of China economic growth and roaring export economy.

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Is Global Economic Crisis A Product Of Outdated Financial Regulations?

The Panic Depression of 1873, was considered the long economic depression followed by years of deflation and instability while the financial crisis of 1929 to 1931 was considered as the Great Depression followed by years of mass unemployment.

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