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Greece’s Garbage Crisis: A Stinky Metaphor for an Economy in the Dumps

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It is like a dark inversion of the tourist images of Greece. Seagulls circle not over the clear blue waters of the Aegean, but a bleak, cratered landscape, swooping down to compete with human scavengers and…

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Europe’s Tax Evasion: Who’s the Fairest of All?

How many customers get their fiscal receipt without clearly asking for it? Is it the norm or common sense to get it? According to fiscal laws, yes, you should have it before exiting the premises where you paid for a … Continue reading

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