So… how much less tax are we going to pay? Or how many companies will not come to Holland/or leave because European workers dont feel they’re welcome anymore… & who’s going to pay for the increased deficit/loss of revenue? Or perhaps more legally pertinent how many international agreements is Holland breaking if this is approved?
Greece, Ireland and now almost certainly Portugal have access to hundreds of billions of dollars in emergency European aid to help them avoid defaulting on their debt. But the aid is really just more loans, and the interest rates the countries are paying, if a little lower than what the private market would charge, are still crushingly high. Their pile of debt gets bigger with every passing day. Moreover, the price of these loans has been a commitment to slash government spending far more drastically than domestic leaders would have the desire or the political power to accomplish on their own. And for countries that depend a good deal on government spending to generate growth, rapid decreases in spending have meant sustained economic stagnation or outright recession, making every dollar of debt that much harder to pay back. Economists call this “the debt trap.”
Afinal teria sido mais simples despedir o banqueiro, só um, e uma poupança 3£/h superior. 4000£/h é o seu vencimento, o tal que a 571ª trabalhadora escreveu no seu perfil do Facebook, valendo-lhe o despedimento.