TITLE

Who's Going to Pay the Bill?

AUTHOR(S)
James, Jennie; Bachmann, Helena; Wallace, Charles P.
PUB. DATE
August 2002
SOURCE
Time International (South Pacific Edition);8/26/2002, Issue 33, p37
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses who will pay for financial damage to businesses and homeowners in the wake of flooding in Central and Eastern Europe. Why only a few people affected by floods may be insured; Observation that European governments will have to pay the cost; Problems with Germany's relief package measures; Release of funds by the European Union to the Czech government, and possibly Austria and Germany.
ACCESSION #
7220508

 

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