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Italy. Fiat and the Euro


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Hello Art,


Not really sure what your point is but as far as I am aware, even though Greece defaulted on their loans and were once again bailed out by europe (not us), the country is still there. So is Portugal, Spain and all of the other basically broken economies. So are their people and the businesses that they work for. I don't think much harm will come to Italy if they have similar problems, I don't think that it will mean very much to Fiat and the people will just have to put up with austerity measures that will always be unpopular.


At least the affected countries are less attractive to immigrants; and Germany foots the bill for everything else. Sounds good to me.



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