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"turmoil" traduzione italiano
I see a lot of turmoil behind the tragic events of this year.
Yet again a country which already had enormous problems has been thrown into turmoil.
As a result, there has been a great deal of turmoil in the region and nobody wants this project.
EU engagement is needed now more than ever considering the turmoil and unrest this region is experiencing.
We all hope that Iran, a country with plenty of potential and in great cultural turmoil, can become a fully operative economic and political partner as soon as possible.
More especially, there is the matter of the further reform of the common agricultural policy, which is in great turmoil, nowhere more so than in his own country, the United Kingdom.
The turmoil in Iraq is proof of what happens when we get the balance wrong.
Because it has provoked, and does provoke, a visceral anxiety in the bellies of many a Western soul, especially when viewed through the monochromatic lens of turbulence and turmoil.
Spatial planning for energy sources and the food market are in turmoil because agriculture is being used to supply energy.
Central banks, including the ECB, have to a great extent been effective in identifying the weaknesses and risks to the financial system that materialised as the turmoil unfolded.
You know the effect of this turmoil on the economies of the countries we are describing.
We need to learn an important lesson from the financial turmoil in south-east Asia. A currency must be stable and we must be able to demonstrate its stability.
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I have yet to hear you say a word about the turmoil in the financial markets.
A recent interview with a German newspaper stirred up some turmoil.
The whole economy of many Caribbean states is actually in turmoil as a result of this decision.
People are still being made bankrupt and their health and their lives are still often in turmoil.
Sort of through the turmoil and the opportunities and the incidents of the real world.
After the banks and insurance companies, investment funds have now entered the turmoil.
We have been refining our response as the turmoil unfolds.
The turmoil started across the Atlantic, but has affected our cities, towns and villages.
Then Jordan, a key country which is engulfed in turmoil, might blow up the entire peace process.
These proposed rules are throwing their businesses into turmoil.
The issues relating to the current turmoil are different.
The data do signal that the intensification of the financial turmoil is having an impact on bank behaviour.
As you have seen, Belgian society is in turmoil.
This is also true against the backdrop of the continuing turmoil on the international financial markets.
Moreover, I will offer some thoughts on the possible implications of the current credit turmoil.
The recent turmoil has, however, clearly demonstrated the interconnectivity and globalisation of financial markets.
But I believe the changes we have proposed are vindicated by the challenges which the turmoil has raised.
Albania is ablaze and Kosovo is in turmoil.
But it is also time to look around and see what other actions are contributing to the recent turmoil.
We coped with turmoil by coming together, by trying to work together economically and politically.
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