Moral integrity and IQ are the reasons why I reject the documentary.
You are referring to your own moral integrity and IQ. Don't you?
Obviously I meant the same integrity and intelligence as you did.
no need to thank me for reminding you about your obsessions.
This is Europe. The above discussion is a perfect example.But no matter the divergences we are used to be the top of the world. I'm afraid those times are over.I don't believe we'll resist for long. Maybe is time to start changing our attitudes.
The Jan. 2015 French census has been published, so we now have the data for Toulouse and Bordeaux from Jan. 2011 to Jan. 2015, like the other metro areas in the list).This is the update, fastest growing metro areas of more than 1 million inhabitants (all data from Jan. 2011 to Jan. 2015):1- Oslo metro area (6,920 km²; 1.3 million inh.): +1.83% per year2- Stockholm metro area (6,526 km²; 2.2 million inh.): +1.70% per year3- Bordeaux metro area (5,613 km²; 1.2 million inh.): +1.61% per year4- Toulouse metro area (5,381 km²; 1.3 million inh.): +1.58% per yearSo no change at the top. Oslo, Stockholm, Bordeaux, and Toulouse are the 4 fastest growing metro areas in Europe (excluding Russia and Istanbul).Beyond these 4 metro areas which dominate the rest of the European metro areas, we find (all data refer to Jan. 2011-Jan. 2015 period, except otherwise indicated):- Munich metro area (4,697 km²; 2.7 million inh.): +1.46% per year (between May 2011 and Jan. 2015)- London metro area (INSEE definition) (3,976 km²; 10.7 million inh.): +1.32% per year- Zurich metro area (1,551 km²; 1.5 million inh.): +1.31% per year- Berlin metro area (5,421 km²; 4.5 million inh.): +1.30% per year (between May 2011 and Jan. 2015)- Helsinki metro area (3,698 km²; 1.4 million inh.): +1.29% per year- London LUZ (8,922 km²; 13.6 million inh.): +1.23% per yearBeyond these, we have the Lyon metro area (at +1.16% per year), the Vienna and Dublin metro areas at slightly more than +1.1% per year, and then several other metro areas at less than +1.1% per year.Of note, the Geneva metro area (which had 887,900 inh. in Jan. 2015) grew by +1.64% per year between Jan. 2011 and Jan. 2015. It's the fastest growing Francophone metro area in Europe at the moment (on par with Montpellier, which grew by +1.65% per year between Jan. 2011 and Jan. 2015 and now has 600,000 inh. in its metro area). Munich is the fastest growing Germanophone metro area Europe, and London is the fastest growing Anglophone metro area in Europe.What's noticeable is the extreme decentralization of growth in Francophone Europe, the somewhat decentralized growth in Germanophone Europe (but still favoring the largest metro areas), and the super centralized growth in Anglophone Europe (which is probably unhealthy, like Francophone Europe before WW2).
I thought it was common knowledge that in Mediterranean Europe hardly anything is in compliance with any laws.
VAT is a clever if complicated way of taxing.
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