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December 30, 2012, by Andrew Greene of The Prague Post

Street riots, political instability, financial bailouts and harsh austerity measures: The financially crippled eurozone endured another turbulent year in 2012 as European leaders were once again tested over their handling […]

Czech currency could go into freefall

December 3, 2012, by Andrew Greene of The Prague Post

Consumers and investors are being warned the Czech crown will remain weak for the remainder of the year and into 2013, as economists predict the centr ...

ACTA axing reopens the issue of piracy

July 16, 2012, by Andrew Greene of The Prague Post

The European Parliament’s rejection of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) was not a surprising decision, but leading politicians and ...

Debunking 9/11’s ‘Prague connection’

July 3, 2012, by Andrew Greene of The Prague Post

The September 11 terrorist who was used to justify the invasion of Iraq did not come to Prague for meetings to plot his deadly mission. That is the co ...

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    Czech government has plan for Greek collapse
    June 4, 2012, by Andrew Greene of The Prague Post

    As uncertainty continues to grip the outlook for Greece and the future of the eurozone, there is one certainty for financial analysts in the Czech Republic: The domestic economy will […]