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07th July 2012

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has publicly stated that Germany is vital to the future of the eurozone in terms of its lead role in tackling the financial crisis that has rocked the continent. In its annual report on Germany, which has the biggest economy in Europe and the fourth largest in read more ...

06th July 2012

A duo of Italian art historians has sent a lightning bolt through the art world with news of an astonishing find. What the two men have discovered hidden in a castle in Milan is a treasure trove of art that is unprecedented in every single way. Up to 100 sketches and paintings have been "unearthed read more ...

06th July 2012

Bridget Riley, the respected painter and patron of British "op art", has been awarded the prestigious Rubens Prize of the City of Siegen. The award is presented to a living European painter every five years for their "lifetime's artistic accomplishment". In this case, Riley's groundbreaking work in read more ...

06th July 2012

As an emerging economy, India is transitioning fast; modernising in ways that were inconceivable when it gained independence in 1947, so unsure was it of its identity without the British. Though vestiges of those tumultuous times remain, India has, like China, found its place in a global world. read more ...

06th July 2012

China is a modern-day economic phenomenon. Under the leadership of Chairman Mao Zedong, the chief force behind the Chinese Revolution of 1949, the country was plunged into abject chaos. His great socio-economic plan to transform the country from a predominately agricultural-based culture into a read more ...

06th July 2012

It's fair to say that the British have a great deal of affection for Spain. Millions continue to holiday in the sun-swept country, year after year, despite the fact that the globalisation of air travel has made it easier and cheaper to fly anywhere in the world. While that may afford people the read more ...

06th July 2012

China could be looking to make further economic reforms with news it is set to scrap the 75 per cent loan-to-deposit ratio limit for bank lending. This policy change from the economic giant would usher in a less-centralised and heavily regulated financial system, which would also result in the read more ...

05th July 2012

For over a century, sketches from some of the most famous and respected Old Masters have been kept out of the public eye for reasons of conservation, remaining safely stored at Chatsworth House. However, the archives have been opened up, and visitors can enjoy these works in a show entitled Old read more ...

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