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  1. If a country has a high level of debt relative to GDP and has problems... in and finances the debt in exchange for promises from the country to enact various reforms. Generally this happens because it...

    3 Answers · Social Science · 28/03/2011

  2. Well where else will the bailout money come from? They're shifting the debt from someone who can't pay it to someone who can.

    1 Answers · Social Science · 25/05/2010

  3. ..., but very few. http://rortybomb.wordpress.com/2010/12/02/how-the-bailouts-hurt-small-banks-and-benefited-big-finance/

    1 Answers · Social Science · 18/10/2012

  4. ...government doesn't have to default on its debts to not fund any more bailouts. All it has to do is STOP GIVING OTHER...

    3 Answers · Social Science · 19/05/2012

  5. ...to buy the things that we're used to getting easily from other countries.

    2 Answers · Social Science · 03/10/2008

  6. Yes, as long as the subsidy is called an "investment" .

    3 Answers · Social Science · 03/02/2011

  7. America's credit is no good. Why would we want to loan America money? No offense, but you guys already owe a ton of money to everyone else, and you aren't paying that back. If we loaned you money, we'd never see it again. Plus, we have...

    4 Answers · Social Science · 01/03/2010

  8. ...4% to 3% to 2%)....A recession doesn't mean that a country isn't being productive, it basically means it... upon the progress already made. A bailout is not really related to a recession, per se...

    6 Answers · Social Science · 13/12/2008

  9. ...'. The loan money is used by the receiving country to carry on its day to day activities and maintain a stable credit ...

    3 Answers · Social Science · 19/01/2012

  10. ... indeed. I hate it as much as you do. However, without this bailout, the USA would be facing a long recession (and not just a mild one) and...

    1 Answers · Social Science · 15/11/2008

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