Welcome to European Tribune. It's gone a bit quiet around here these days, but it's still going.
Very interesting views stated here..

I wonder then.. Do you think the economies of France, Italy and Germany do not need reform? Or maybe they need it but not in the way the Economist suggests (liberalization and so on)? Then what kinds of reform can help?

Why is Germany so reluctant to open its borders to Eastern Europeans? Is it because the country will be flooded by such workers (unlikely, according to me) or because the economy will not be able to handle (not being flexible) a small number of migration workers? Ireland and the UK, though partly opting out from the Schengen, are open to workers from new member states..

-- Fighting my own apathy..

by Naneva (mnaneva at gmail dot com) on Sat Apr 15th, 2006 at 03:52:10 PM EST

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