Next year should prove to be one of considerable growth in the Pacific and the US. It is only hoped that Europe will hold together politically for long enough to benefit. The greatest worry is that the huge percentage of unemployed in the population of southern Europe will….
The hope is that slowly the politicians of Britain and Europe, the Old World, will learn through the experience on both left and right that more regulation is not going to create a happy and prosperous…..
The major difficulty with the economic world today is that there is an overload of opinion purporting to be information. This is rather a roundabout way of coming to a necessary observation on the London Olympics…
by Damon de Laszlo, ERC Chairman The following is an extract from the Chairman’s Daberiam Report. In February we reviewed the various key issues facing the world’s economies, but in March we have seen two game changing events. The horror of the Japanese earthquake and the colossally more damaging tsunami that followed resulted in awful […]
by Damon de Laszlo, ERC Chairman The following is an extract from the Chairman’s Daberiam Report. Excuses by Central Banks abound, but it’s beginning to dawn on everyone that inflation is here and serious. The Bank of England has yet again to explain that it was caused by exceptional circumstances. The models have long ceased […]
by Damon de Laszlo, ERC Chairman Having been struggling over the weekend with the preparation of papers for a Board Meeting next week at my manufacturing company, I came more and more to the conclusion that the government is either completely ignorant of the needs of hi-tec manufacturing companies or prefers to support its friends […]