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Comment by PureTrust
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If I were a European big business leader, I would be a bit pessimistic, as well. Why? Because the United States has positioned itself around the world, militarily, thereby causing European business to run in second place behind U.S. business. See the article at ...

http://www.freedomsphoenix.com/News/103974-2012-01-25-u-s-commandos-free-two-pirate-hostages-in-somalia.htm

... as well as the third comment from the bottom in that article. Put on your thinking cap, and you will see what I mean about pessimism among big European business.


Comment by ACDLiberty
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Yes, it should be interesting what is produced out of this year's meetings which have indirect affects on IMF, BASIL and central banking policies in different countries like the Federal Reserve around the world. In an article written for  The Economist in November 2010, Nassim Taleb lays out his theory on world banking and governments unwinding from centralization. If you remember Taleb wrote the best seller `The Black Swan' before the 2008 financial crisis which is critical of centralized banking and government structures that become fragile and monolithic and lack information timing and competition.

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