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S. presidential campaign, has had a tougher job. The Federal Reserve chairman's efforts to spur bank lending by expanding the monetary supply were described as almost "treasonous" by Texas Gov. Rick Perry, while candidate Newt Gingrich promised to fire him. " But the problems of Bernanke and Zhou paled in comparison with those of Jean-Claude Trichet, who as European Central Bank chief faced a full-blown debt crisis in Greece and the potential for a slow-motion fiscal collapse in Italy, Spain, and possibly even France.

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Germany and Portugal, competed and their feedback spoke to the rigor of the race. "It was at times the most challenging, grueling and di fficult thing I've done on a bike. It was also among the most rewarding, memorable, enjoyable and satisfying thing I've done on a bike," one cyclist said. The Tour de Timor has also become a symbol ofTtmor-Leste's resilience. With the enormous success of the first and second iterations, it is fair to say that the Tour de Timor has become a memorable annual event on the calendar for both professional cyclists and tourists alike;· Ramos-Horta said.

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