News about Property issue #29

12/18/2010
Spain becomes Europe's high-speed rail leaderAFPThe Spanish economy slumped into recession in late 2008 due to the collapse of a property bubble that has caused the unemployment rate to soar to 20 more…
12/18/2010
18/12/2010Spain becomes Europe's high-speed rail leaderExpatica SpainThe Spanish economy slumped into recession in late 2008 due to the collapse of a property bubble that has caused the unemployme more…
12/18/2010
Commerical Finance Group'Room for negotiation' on foreign property pricesSafestore.co.ukMarc Da-Silva, a freelance property journalist and the editor of HomesOverseas.co.uk, said there are mar more…
12/18/2010
Top 10 Property Investment Destinations in 2011Write About PropertyTurkey has rocketed out of recession and is now the fastest growing economy in Europe. With the EU crumbling and membership looking m more…
12/18/2010
Leading independent property company Wereldhave purchases Poole based Dolphin …Invest in UKWereldhave is a leading independent property company with an internationally diversified real estate portfo more…
12/18/2010
New York TimesNewly Built Ghost Towns Haunt Banks in SpainNew York TimesRafael Valderrabano, who founded the Básico real estate company 18 months ago to help banks sell property they are repossessing more…
12/18/2010
Reuters UKMoodys snubs Europe as it slashes Irelands ratingScotsmanRatings agency Moody's gave an emphatic thumbs-down yesterday to Europe's efforts to resolve a debt crisis, slashing Ireland& more…
12/17/2010
Asian Stocks Gain This Week as China Refrains From Raising RateBloomberg… lost 2.9 percent after a report that China will toughen controls in the property market. HSBC Holdings Plc, Europe's lar more…
12/17/2010
Intellectual Property Training Programs FundedUS Department of State (press release)… of intellectual property crime will be provided to foreign law enforcement partners in nations across the Pacifi more…
12/17/2010
The Euro's Uneven Benefit in EuropeNew York TimesThe export share of Ireland, an original member, fell as its economy came to be based more on a property boom and less on manufacturing. …and mor more…
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