BNM: Situaţia financiară a sistemului bancar în 2009

Pe parcursul anului 2009 sistemul bancar din Republica Moldova a înregistrat tendinţe generale involutive, condiţionate, în mare parte, de criza financiară globală şi, în acelaşi context, de incertitudinea prognozării de către agenţii economici a activităţii lor pe termen mediu.


  • Pata 19.02.2012

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  • Israel 15.09.2013

    GC,"Stoiber (and by implication, Merkel) are geneniuly disturbed by the emergence of the NPD as a serious and organised threat on the far right."It's correct that they are geneniuly disturbed about the NPD. They and the other German parties are even talking about legally banning this Nazi party. They talk about a new threat from Nazi reawakening. And that's why they want to ban the NPD in order to save democracy etc. However, this is not the real reason. The NPD mainly consists of psychopaths of low intelligence. Since the Nazis lost a large part of Germany and are responsible for the destruction of the rest as well as for the horrors of the Holocaust, they will never again gain a sufficient large following to win an election as they did in 1939. Last weekend, the NPD has won about 7% in a provincial election in Northern Germany (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern). Several years ago, the won even more votes in other provinical elections. They never were able to gain sufficient votes for entering the national parliament. Thus, all this talk about the dangers of the NPD to democracy is purposely deceptive. The NPD will take votes away from the CDU/CSU. They fear that this will cost them the majority which they hope to gain at the next election together with the liberals (FDP). It's about power, not about democracy. "Turkey will not be able to meet the formal accession criteria, negotiations will not proceed beyond the early stages and thereby Turkish candidacy will grind to an automatic halt."In my view, the first part of your sentence is correct but not the second.In regard to the formal accession criteria, as far as I know the criteria for starting negotiations were never met and the accession criteria probably will never be applied correctly. Romania and Bulgaria did not meet the accession criteria either and became members because Merkel pushed for it. Turkey never met the criteria for starting the negotiations in the first place. The EU started the negotiations anyway with the justification that Turkey has promised to solve the problem in the near future.The criteria are just a part of the strategy of deception to calm the anxieties of the native European population and to delay resistance. In 5 or 10 years, suddenly in a few months time, before resistance can built up, the EU will declare that the major criteria have been met and that Turkey is now a member of the EU. "candidacy will grind to an automatic halt,... most Turks hold to a similar viewpoint."I assume (but do not know) that spreading this viewpoint is part of the deception strategy of the Turkish government to calm the anxieties of the Turkish population. Becoming part of the Christian EU is most likely to cause anxieties among the strongly Islamic followers in Erdogan's party. It is the same game, the EU is playing: Telling the population not to worry, nothing has yet been decided and probably it will not happen anyway.It has already been decided by the EU elites that Turkey will become a member of the EU in order to have a better access to the oil fields for the planned EU Empire. And since Turkish men are excellent soldiers, they can be used as cannon fodder for invading or threatening neighbouring countries. Turkish membership of the EU is going to happen, if Merkel and the Pope are unable to stop it. The only reason why they might want to stop it is the fact that it endangers their own power.

  • Guillermo 16.09.2013

    Unter, Your memory is very good. Yes, alhtuogh a buck private soldier, I was made a commander of two 155mm Howitzer units in the emergency situation about Trieste.Istria was given to Yugoslavia but Tito wanted the Trieste port too. In 1953 ambassador to Italy, Mrs. Clair Booth Luce, gave Trieste to the Italians, at that time it was controlled by U.S and English navy. Tito did not like that and moved the army to the hills surrounding Trieste. That was a sudden emergency move and there were no reserve officer yet brought in. Being the only one in the division ( First Proletarian Division of Yugoslavia) who knew English, and the howitzers were American made with instruction manuals in English, I was made a commander . Later on I was moved everywhere where English translations were needed and that got me into trouble. But that is a long story.However this disputed port is further south from Trieste.

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