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2011.05.10 FT, Martin Wolf:
The eurozone’s journey to defaults
A story is told of a man sentenced by his king to death. The latter tells him that he can keep his life if he teaches the monarch’s horse to talk within a year. The condemned man agrees. Asked why he did so, he answers that anything might happen: the king might die; he might die; and the horse might learn to talk.
This has been the eurozone’s approach to the fiscal crises that have engulfed Greece, Ireland and Portugal, and threaten other member states. Policymakers have decided to play for time in the hope that the countries in difficulty will restore their creditworthiness.
2011.05.11 The Wall Street Journal, Greece in the Last Chance Saloon
Greece will likely get a second chance from its euro-zone partners with a facility later this year possibly in the region of €60 billion, but the message to Prime Minister George Papandreou will be clear. Clean up your act and bring the economy back into shape because the price of bailing out Greece may become higher than letting it default.
Apie Graikijos ir euro krizę puikiai rašo Atėnų universiteto profesorius Yanis Varoufakis.
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Temos: Absurdas, Nusišnekėjimai · Žymos: euras, politika