Europe

Rise in Wheat Prices due to Reduced Russian Forecast

Rise in Wheat Prices due to Reduced Russian Forecast

Prices of wheat rose in Chicago and Paris due to the reduced forecast of Russian grain harvest this year. There were also concerns that dry weather in Europe and Central Asia may harm production.

Clinton’s Trip to East Europe Raises Eyebrows

Clinton’s Trip to East Europe Raises Eyebrows

Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State, U. S. was on a trip to the five former Soviet-bloc countries. Clinton offered investment to Ukraine's energy industry. She reaffirmed U. S.

Lighting Controls Market in North America & Europe to Reach US$3.8 Billion by 2015

Lighting Controls Market in North America & Europe to Reach US$3.8 Billion by 20

It has been projected that Lighting controls market in North America & Europe will reach US$3.8 billion by the year 2015.

Bankruptcy is Forcing Governments to Implement Reforms in Europe

Bankruptcy is Forcing Governments to Implement Reforms in Europe

Some economists can still see hope in the ashes of Europe's debt crisis.

Crisis weakens Papandreou’s government

Crisis weakens Papandreou’s government

The fiscal crisis has weakened the Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou’s government as people loose their trust in the government’s way of handling the crises.

Greece appeals its European partners for aid

Greece appeals its European partners for aid

An aid package from the European Union, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund for Greece will be available by the beginning of May.

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