In that case no country should borrow and in any case Germany was already on borrowed time in 1870. France would see to that. No it’s not really a credible argument. It probably true that an expanded military was a short term cure, predictable expenditure, but you must put into context that Groefass didn’t put Germany on a war footing economically until 1942/3. Conventionally speaking he hadn’t planned for war until approximately then in line with his own expansionist views. The economy couldn’t hack it. What made it worse was that France and Britain could not determine who they would back. That’s what forced Stalins hand, they were even worse off.
The EU refrained from extending stock market equivalence, due to expire at the end of June, because the Swiss did not endorse a partnership treaty with the bend over to the EU, over a Surrender Document that had been negotiated for years, a diplomat told Reuters on Friday.
Indeed. @chillsjag 's abitity to get the CEO's of major car firms to confide details of how they're going to exit the UK after Brexit almost rivals @Alsacien's ability to know what was going in in the innermost circles of the EU.