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«Current Concerns», n° 51, 10 December 2012

“Maintaining productivity at today’s level of self-sufficiency of at least net 54 percent”

« “Maintaining productivity at today’s level of self-sufficiency of at least net 54 percent” », Interview with National Councillor Markus Ritter / « The Council of States is presided by the canton of Ticino », by National Councillor Jakob Büchler / «“Integration of forces, taking the opinions of others seriously, genuine reflection and listening leads to consensus-based solutions” », Maya Graf elected for “highest Swiss” / «Small family farming has a future», Michael Götz / « The Germans are to be deceived up to the next general election », by Karl Müller / «“An incriminating report about the lack of adequate austerity measures in Brussels”», by Emmanuel Garessus /«“The euro will blow up Europe”», Interview with Stephan Werhahn / « The 2012 peace price is unlawful and cannot be paid to the EU », Letter to the Nobel Foundation in Stockholm / « “Give young people the chance to learn to cultivate the soil again” », Interview with Joseph Zisyadis / «“Greece – Patoinos project as a way out of the crisis” », by Joseph Zisyadis / «The conscription model is modern and forward-oriented», Dr Eduard Paulus

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