FortuneUS national debt and deficits: Expect a showdown
You can see this quite clearly if you look at Google Trends data, which shows how people increasingly searched for the terms “national debt” and “budget deficits” in the run up to the the 2008, 2010, and 2012 elections. Interest in the topic was much ...
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- The Top Reasons Behind The US National Debt
As indicated above, debt is the net accumulation of budget deficits. It is important to look at the top expenses, as they constitute the major factors of national debt. The top expenses in the U.S. are identified as follows (based on the Federal Budget ...
The Onion (satire)Chinese Citizens Gather In Beijing Square To Watch US National Debt Clock ...
The Onion (satire)
BEIJING—Celebrating the milestone with hugs, jubilant cheers, and singing, over 600,000 Chinese citizens assembled in Tiananmen Square today to watch the U.S. debt clock mounted above the Forbidden City reach the landmark sum of $18 trillion dollars.
- Why you can stop worrying about the national debt
Washington Post (blog)
So it's official: No one is worried about the U.S. debt anymore. Not even Moody's, one of the nation's top ratings agencies. In a report issued Wednesday, Moody's declared the government's finances "relatively healthy, having surpassed our prior ...
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Zawya (registration)Dubai World moves to restructure debt mountain
Dubai World, the company at the heart of the emirate's debt crisis five years ago, will offer an early repayment of $4.5bn due in 2015 while extending the 2018 tranche until to 2022. Extra fees and better interest rates will be offered on the extended ...
Dubai World moves to restructure debt pile
Dubai World sets meetings to put new deal to all creditors -sources
Dubai World sets meetings to put new deal to creditors
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Center for Research on GlobalizationNeoliberal Economic Policy and the Plight of Third World Debt. Market ...
Center for Research on Globalization
The lessons drawn from the Third World debt crisis in 1980-1990 are very valuable for understanding the events that followed the crisis of 2007-2008 and taking action in its aftermath |18|. The countries in the North where people have been the most ...
ReutersIn 2014, countries are still paying off debt from World War One
It has been 100 years since the start of the First World War, which was fought for four years and claimed the lives of more than 6000 soldiers a day. Countries in Europe began marking the centenary earlier this year and the Tower of London, pictured ...
UK says will pay off part of World War One-era debt next year
Britain to repay £2bn First World War debt
Government to begin paying off WW1 debt, announces George Osborne
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