Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Europe: 25% have never used the internet

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News comments:
Europe. Sophisticated, forward looking and tech savvy.

Unfortunately the "ia" countries (Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania etc) are pulling Europe down just like Greece, Ireland and Italy have pulled the Euro apart.

The latest report shows only 75% of the European population has used the internet.

Is this a good thing or a bad thing?

What it shows is Europe is two speed. Why the Dutch, Germans and French want low grade countries to join is bizarre (cheap labour? So they can feel superior? Money Laundering possibilities?)

(Eurostat)

Today's shorts:
UK haven of quality (ftadviser)

Today's longs:
"Euro A" moves a step closer (bloomberg)

Gossip:
THAT Euro bank that is about to fail which we all know about but cannot discuss is NOT Swedish.



4 comments:

Anonymous said...

You mean commerzbank?

Anonymous said...

75% of internet "citizens" have never eaten real pizza or real cheese.

Anonymous said...

25% of internet users live below the poverty line

Anonymous said...

30% of US internet users on food stamps