Germany’s investment expenditure

EU disunity on refugees

Locating Europe’s Pulse In The Refugee Crisis

Nick Malkoutzis via Macropolis | Neo-Nazis marching through the streets of Sweden, the far-right making its political presence felt in Austria, a beefed up military and police presence on borders in many parts of Europe and stinging criticism on moral and legal grounds of the “one in, one out” agreement with Turkey from human rights groups – these are just some of the signs of the existential crisis that the European Union is experiencing.


Schauble

Germany’s Das Kapital Or The Lack Thereof

BoAML Research | The German government has not been overly active in investment expenditure over the last couple of decades. The average share of gross government investment spending in GDP stood at 2.1% in 2015 – private investment was worth roughly 18% of total GDP.