Unicorns. There are too many of them….
Oops… #thenetherlands (via @michielhuijsman)
Non performing loans in Europe: still a big problem in 2014 by the looks of things
Cool chart, for the trekkies out there
So much for reduction…
Doctor Sinn on the lessons from the German unification…
Merkel reaching ten years in office
A report on European tax transparency. We are not doing all that good, are we?
Chinese growth trackers, six of them. They all come to the same conclusion…
While we are on the subject of China, here is a bit of reading on the importance of the export sector
Interesting stuff: “An assessment of recent euro area consumption growth”
Debt in China” “above cruising altitude”
Weird… Really weird…
A bit of reading from McKinsey on technologies that could transform how industries use energy
Well, ok: one more on the one child policy in China
Cool chart. European Union joins the German camp
In case you have lost track of this stuff
Remarkable. The rise and fall of Saudi wheat
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