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Hollande tells Japanese business leaders eurozone crisis is over

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By MALCOLM FOSTER

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the eurozone debt crisis is over

Ah yes, I've always liked the French sense of humour.

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Ha ha, good one, President Hollande!

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This is news indeed! hahaha

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Good news, everyone!

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Ah, well that settles it then! Voila!

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eurozone crisis is over

The "hollandenomics" !!!

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Isn't this the guy that called Japan China?

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He said "Eurozone is over".Listen carefully next time. ^^

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actually, Euro zone is over

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It's about as valid as his UNESCO Peace Prize for starting the fighting in Mali to prevent a war!

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And yet, Chancellor Merkel still doesn't seem happy. Someone should tell her that the crisis is over, I guess.

http://www.reuters.com/subjects/euro-zone

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It is in the interests of a political establishment which has ties to the largest banks, and the IMF, to endorse a unreasonable statement, in light of the ongoing socio-economic crisis of Europe.

No politician, will ever, portray negatives within a reality, without something to gain.. and as financial markets, particularly the bond markets, are all but built on the whims of speculators.. a lie repeated a thousands times.. becomes a subtle truth.

Judging the state of the economy only through stock prices, therein financial stability, is akin to that of grasping an understanding of the affairs of a state, by reading its national newspaper.. fabricated or not..

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Hollande thinks he's talking to China.

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Lol!

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Essentially, he told Japan not to make France have to make public the fact that it will support China instead of the Japan-US axis. Great. I've heard double-talk before, especially about the Chinese being so above-board that they will not use helicopter technology that France has given except for non-military reasons. Can anybody else see this?

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