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Manufacturing back to pre-crisis levels

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And they managed it without removing the their currency peg. Reply to the comment answer
~Producer [18.05.2012, 17:57]
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Oh yes, they swopped borrowing money from Swedish banks to borrowing money from the IMF.

We all forgot.
For a Baltic country to function it has to have unending subsidies, whether it's from the USSR, or Scandinavia, then when that runs out, it's from the IMF. Reply to the comment answer
~idiots [19.05.2012, 08:37]
That's all you can come up in the face of yet ANOTHER failed prediction about a Baltic country?
~Choo choo [19.05.2012, 15:08]
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No the prediction is absolutely accurate.

Latvia has now more outstanding debt as a result of their "bail out" than their diminishing population will ever to be able to pay back, and this is more or less the same for Estonian household debt which is at least 50% underwater in negative equity.

This is not conjecture.

THIS IS A RECOGNISED FACT.

Of course you will use your propaganda techniques to point the finger at every other country than the one in the article..

Feel free! We are expecting it. Reply to the comment answer
~Estonia is bankrupt [19.05.2012, 18:29]
You are deflecting the topic of the article. It isn't about debt. Try actually reading it, especially the bit about the steel mill and timber exports.
~@ [19.05.2012, 18:46]
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