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Eurozone woes: Is ECB too late with reforms?
Sep09

Eurozone woes: Is ECB too late with reforms?

The European Central Bank’s handling of Europe’s economic woes has sparked debate, as has Mario Draghi’s leadership of the ECB. Nuno Fernandes, finance expert and professor at the IMD business school in Lausanne, Switzerland, argues the ECB should have reacted with quantitative easing three to four years ago as the United States Fed did. Fernandes says that Mario Draghi’s current actions are too late but that he has shown strong...

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Bank Mellat judgment: Implications for Europe
Aug15

Bank Mellat judgment: Implications for Europe

Mr Sarosh Zaiwalla, Senior Partner of Zaiwalla & Co Solicitors (pictured), examines the implications for European business and court procedures following the UK Supreme Court judgment. This article looks implications that the Bank Mellat ruling may have for the future (European Angle). It seems that the European Union may have met its biggest obstacle: its own law courts which are ultimately dismantling sanction on Iran’s banks...

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