Answered By: Peter Z McKay Last Updated: Oct 29, 2014 Views: 25
Answered By: Peter Z McKay
Last Updated: Oct 29, 2014 Views: 25
- European Debt Crisis - Times Topics - New York Times
Since the fall of 2009, the European Union has been struggling with a slow-moving but unshakable crisis over the enormous debts faced by its weakest economies, such as Greece and Portugal, or those most battered by the global recession, like Ireland.
- Euro in Crisis - Financial Times
Financial Times News, Commentarty and Analysis on the ongoing European Sovereign Debt Crisis
- The Euro Crisis - Brookings
As governments around the world struggle to balance cutting spending and stimulating their economies, the European Union faces tough decisions on how to support faltering member countries in the eurozone. Brookings experts analyze the complex issues facing the EU and its common currency and the possible ramifications of EU bailout actions on the global economy.
- Europe's Deepening Crisis - The Economist
- Inside the Euro Zone - Washington Post
- Wikipedia - European Sovereign Debt Crisis