Monday, 4 August 2008

Today's Links : 4th August

Off the Shelf: Who Said Brussels Was Boring? Stephen Kotkin, The NYT (en) ***
In Germany, a City’s Famed Industry Now Helps Keep It Afloat. Nicholas Kulish, The NYT (en)***
EU 'dumbs down' job tests. Justin Stares, The Telegraph (en) *** (Recommended)
Radovan Karadzic 'was under US protection until 2000'. Jon Swaine, The Telegraph (en)
Eurozone factory activity at five-year low. Gerrit Wiesmann, The FT (en)
Kevin Done: It is not yet the end for budget air travel. Kevin Done, The FT (en)
Medvedev tiptoes out of Putin’s shadow . Charles Clover, The FT (en)
Spain to cut car speeds to save energy. Mark Mulligan, The FT (en)
Germany’s SPD in expulsion storm. Hugh Williamson, The FT (en)
Active state. The FT (en)
Comment: Give Serbia a chance. Bozidar Djelic, The FT (en)
Data handover could boost tax evasion fight. Gerrit Wiesmann, The FT (en)
Russia warns Georgia over breakaway province. The FT (en)
City warns against EU crackdown. Nikki Tait, The FT (en)

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