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Euro Crisis scorecard:
GDP rank Country       CAB/GDP status
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17	 Romania	-5.13% under IMF
22	 Bulgaria	-3%
 7	 Poland 	-2.41%
 3	 UK		-2.23%
16	 Czech Republic -1.21%
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12 (8)	 Greece        -10.84% under EFSF
14(10)	 Portugal	-9.98% under EFSF
25(15)	 Cyprus 	-7.92% under attack
27(16)	 Malta		-5.39% 
 5 (4)	 Spain		-5.23% under attack
 4 (3)	 Italy		-2.86% under attack
15(11)	 Ireland	-2.73% under EFSF
 2	 France 	-1.79% under attack
19(12)	 Slovakia	-1.36%
21(14)	 Slovenia	-0.73%
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 8 (6)	 Belgium	+0.5%
13 (9)	 Finland        +1.43%
10 (7)	 Austria        +2.31%
26(17)	 Estonia	+4.21%
 6 (5)	 Netherlands	+5.72%
 1	 Germany        +6.06%
20(13)	 Luxembourg	+6.91%
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18	 Hungary	+0.51% under IMF
23	 Lithuania	+1.86%
11	 Denmark	+3.42%
24	 Latvia 	+5.49% under IMF
 9	 Sweden 	+5.95%
Estonia is practically Finland anyway and Belgium is on its way to partition whereby Flanders can join the Nethelands in the North Euro and Wallonia can join France.

Economics is politics by other means
by Migeru (migeru at eurotrib dot com) on Wed Aug 31st, 2011 at 02:21:55 PM EST
Given the Elop effect on Nokia profits and viability, I'm not sure Finland will be counted as a surplus country for very much longer.

One year to go !
by pi (etrib@opsec.eu) on Thu Sep 1st, 2011 at 03:52:37 AM EST
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