Antagoniste


25 juin 2010

Conférence alternative Économie En Vidéos International Récession

Du 28 juin au 3 juillet, l’Université de Montréal, via le CÉRIUM, fera ce que les universités québécoises font de mieux, c.-à-d. l’apologie d’une idéologie liberticide et corrompue, j’ai nommé le socialisme.

Voici 2 conférenciers qui ne risquent pas d’être invités par le CÉRIUM:

Understanding the Financial Crisis, avec Johan Norberg:

The Bush/Obama Years, avec Dan Mitchell:


25 juin 2010

À vendre ! Économie Europe Récession Revue de presse

The Guardian

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Greece puts its islands up for sale to save economy
The Guardian

Greece is making it easier for the rich and famous to fulfill their dreams by preparing to sell, or offering long-term leases on, some of its 6,000 sunkissed islands in a desperate attempt to repay its mountainous debts.

The Guardian has learned that an area in Mykonos, one of Greece’s top tourist destinations, is one of the sites for sale. The area is one-third owned by the government, which is looking for a buyer willing to inject capital and develop a luxury tourism complex, according to a source close to the negotiations.

Potential investorsalso looking at property on the island of Rhodes, are mostly Russian and Chinese. Investors in both countries are looking for a little bit of the Mediterranean as holiday destinations for their increasingly affluent populations. Roman Abramovich, the billionaire owner of Chelsea football club, is among those understood to be interested, although a spokesman denied he was about to invest.

Greece has embarked on the desperate measures after being pushed into a €110bn (£90bn) bailout by the EU and the IMF last month, following a decade of overspending and after jittery investors raised borrowing costs to unbearable levels.