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Winners and losers of 2013 (E22)

December 29, 2013 08:30

Steen Jakobsen

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In the last Venture Capital show of the year, RT correspondents in Washington, Berlin, Kiev and Moscow discuss the economic winners and losers of 2013 – with bitcoin among the winners and Russian growth a clear loser. Plus, Saxo Bank’s chief economist Steen Jakobsen talks to Katie on next year’s outrageous predictions – the annual publication that the bank has become so famous for and a topic that always sparks debate. These include a potential anti-EU alliance becoming the largest group in parliament and the chance that Germany, the powerhouse of Europe will enter recession in 2014. And it turns out such scenarios are not so unfeasible after all!

Comments (2)


mergon 09.01.2014 12:32

The looser,s are the public and the winners are the rich elite ,land grabs, resource grabs ,and money grabs ,
It seems that if you want to successful you need to change your name to grab ! and get fleecing .


Sir Percy 03.01.2014 03:21

The biggest winner is China again:
1. Economic wise, GDP grew more than 7%;
2. The country continue to improve modern infrastrures;
3. China continue to improve social system, i.e. better political system and more freedom for people;
4. has made spectacular improvement in military defense, in technology and in strategy so will be able to protect the Chinese people from barbarians large and small, from nearby or faraway.

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