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In 2005, the EIT was originally proposed as a real, brick-and-mortar university that has research, classes and grants degrees. But then the EU countries began squabbling over which country would get it. Then in 2006 it was changed to a 2.5 billion euro virtual network of researchers all over the continent. Then it became a small number of real university campuses. Now, finally, since member countries are reluctant to cough up the money, the proposal is for a 300 million euro set of research centers on just a few areas of science, that do not even offer classes or degrees. Is this project doomed (I mean, it's become so different from the original proposal, what's the point now--the EU already funds science...)? Does it show that the EU is not such a "U"? Do you know something about it I don't know?
the world's financial markets. France is the head of the EU right now. Sarkozy wants a complete realignment of capitalistic finance around the world. He has called the current crisis a product of American Capitalism gone wild and based more on speculation rather than actually economy. The EU states that modern economics that have been in place since the end of WWII does not work anymore. He calls for tighter restrictions and transparency and all G7 countries to get together to figure out what the new situation will be. It also looks like America will have to comply. What do you think about this? I say YES!!!!!!!!!!
Looking for a 3 cylinder disel engine that gets 100 MPG like Opal or other similar cars. trying to get the motor and trans to import to U.S. for my use only. Can you help me?