Some peripheral euro countries do not deserve 'developed' status – Bremmer

The academic and founder of political risk consultancy talks to Credit about how the clashing political stances of the Eurozone’s member states are hindering chances of an effective recovery.

Ian Bremmer, Eurasia Group

In 1998, American political scientist Ian Bremmer founded Eurasia Group in New York to advise businesses on how to factor political risk into their investment strategies. The company has offices in New York, Washington DC and London and an on-the-ground presence in over 100 countries.

Bremmer is the author of The End of the Free Market: Who Wins the War between States and Corporations? Published in May 2010, the book explores the shift of power that has taken place in recent years from

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