Nelson Schwartz

New York Times European economics correspondent

Nelson Schwartz appears in the following:

Economy on the Cliff

Wednesday, August 08, 2012

Business Day reporter for The New York Times, Nelson Schwartz, talks about the effects the federal budgetary "cliff" is already having on corporate spending.

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Euro United?

Friday, May 14, 2010

Nelson Schwartz, European economics correspondent of The New York Times, looks at the implications of the Greek crisis and the E.U. bailout on the euro as a single currency.

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General Motors Changes Its Mind on Opel Sale

Thursday, November 05, 2009

Nelson Schwartz, the European economics correspondent for The New York Times, joins us with a look at recent news from General Motors. This week, the financially strapped American car company posted its first monthly sales increase in nearly two years. With money on the books, General Motors is now reconsidering a deal to sell a majority stake in its German subsidiary, Opel.


An automobile marriage of Chrysler and Fiat

Friday, May 01, 2009

Chrysler is getting another chance to rewrite its business plan and this time it's with Fiat, the Italian car company known for zippy sports cars that are far from that of Detroit V-8 engines. This is Fiat's way of breaking into the American auto industry and Chrysler's way of keeping its cars on the roadway.

On The Takeaway is Nelson Schwartz, the European economics correspondent for the New York Times who wrote the piece "Chrysler Gets an Italian Accent".

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Underreported: Worries about Spanish Deflation

Thursday, April 30, 2009

Economists are always worried inflation, but now some economists are worried about the possibility of price deflation in Spain. On today’s first Underreported, Nelson Schwartz, European economic correspondent for the New York Times, explains what’s driving down prices in Spain and what that tells us about the country’s economy. You ...