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  • European Finance Minister to Study U.S. Economic Woes From Staff Reports European Union finance ministers open two days of talks today (Monday) to discuss how key U.S. problems as a slowing economy, a super-weak dollar and a huge-and-growing trade deficit will affect the European Union, as well as the rest of the world economy. The falling dollar has made U.S. exports cheaper versus […] Read More...
  • EU Presses for More Energy Control By Jason SimpkinsStaff Writer The European Commission yesterday (Wednesday) introduced a plan calling for a massive restructuring of power grids throughout the continent.  The plan was designed to reduce the region’s vulnerability to the massive energy companies that control the production and transmission of gas and electricity. Currently, large energy companies monopolize energy production and […] Read More...
  • The New Cold War: How Russia Has Turned Its Energy Exports Into Weapons of Diplomacy By Jason Simpkins Last week, (July 20) Chevron Corp. said it would challenge a $290 million back tax claim issued against the Caspian Pipeline Consortium by Russia’s Federal Tax Service. This is yet another attempt by President Vladimir Putin to seize control over all aspects of energy production and transportation within Russia. The Caspian Pipeline […] Read More...