Economist Maria-Carmen Guisan in NY Times: Room for Debate, 2012
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Year 2013: Maria Carmen Guisan about Chipre: Voice of Galicia/Voz de Galicia 22nd March of 2013. Article in Spanish at the journal Website
Article in English here:
Europe must solve the
It is not good news that the European Union, with the banking crisis in a small country like
The alarmist language (rescue, insolvency, sequestration, etc.) With which EU currently deal with the financial problems of the European Union, is absurd and exaggerated. Much of the EU countries, including
Retrieves the confidence of depositors in savings banks is very important to overcome this economic crisis, so taxing savings is a totally undesirable measure that generate uncertainty about the integrity of bank deposits.
Solving the problem of
The costs of resolving a problem of insufficient financial capacity must be allocated appropriately, and in reasonable time, among the actors that have generated this lack of capacity. The part that has to be assumed by all the citizens of a country should be integrated into the general tax policy principles of equity and moderation, and not applied in an arbitrary and unfair way to savings depositors.
The dream of a united
Source: Maria-Carmen Guisan. Professor of Economics. Voz de Galicia 22nd March 2013.
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