Opposing the views of the rest of the European Union, Greece thinks pretty highly of itself.
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Inflation fears have pushed Germans to invest in luxury goods.
This, from a man who distributed a book during the World Cup titled, "White! Not just the jersey color! For a real national team."
"I can't look at your fat face anymore. Everything you say is s**t."
How did banks in New York react to the financial crisis in Europe? Did they restrict lending? Did they raise credit standards? ... Did they hide large loan losses and become zombie banks?
"It's an unprecedented marketing push," says one Cologne-based sports marketing executive.
In other news, Azerbaijan's currency is the manat.
While credit cards are nothing short of an American obsession, Germans have yet to make them a part of everyday life.