Anda belum login :: 09 Feb 2023 19:22 WIB
Making the Break; Britain and Europe
Article from Bulletin/Magazine
The Economist (http://search.proquest.com/) vol. 405 no. 8814 (Dec. 2012)
European Currency Unit
Perpustakaan Pusat (Semanggi)
1 (dapat dipinjam: 0)
Lihat Detail Induk
Europe is no longer the thriving economic club that Britain joined 40 years ago. The euro-zone crisis has exposed the lack of dynamism in much of Europe (though Britain itself is hardly booming) and the British also feel sidelined, as countries that use the single currency are pulled more tightly together. If Britain falls out of the EU, it may find itself completely outside the single market. It might try to stay in the European Economic Area (EEA), a free-trade club that also includes Iceland and Norway. Or it could leave both the EU and the single market, but attempt to recreate a free-trade relationship through bilateral agreements. The likeliest trigger is a referendum. David Cameron, Britain's prime minister, is under enormous pressure to call one from his own Conservative Party, which dominates Britain's coalition government. Last year 81 Tory MPs voted for a referendum on Britain's EU membership.
Klik untuk menuliskan opini Anda tentang koleksi ini!
Copyright © 2006, 2007
Unika Atma Jaya
, all rights reserved
Process time: 0.078125 second(s)