Ezagunegia da DTM-koak ez daudela batere ados Alan Greenspan-ekin.
Gogoratu Fikziozko ekonomia delakoa1.
Baina, honetan Greenspan-ek zertxobait interesgarri esan du BBC-n2.
Bill Mitchell-ek albiste hori aipatu berri du3.
Izan ere, honela dio Greenspan-ek Greece: Greenspan predicts exit from euro inevitable delakoan:
I don’t think it will be resolved without Greece leaving the eurozone … I believe … [Greece] … will eventually leave. I don’t think it helps them or the rest of the eurozone – it is just a matter of time before everyone recognises that parting is the best strategy … The problem is that there is no way that I can conceive of the euro of continuing, unless and until all of the members of eurozone become politically integrated – actually even just fiscally integrated won’t do it.
Eta Mitchell-ek, honela:
“The unwillingness (and impossibility) of the Member States to surrender their national identities and become ‘states’ within a federal Europe, with full fiscal responsibility being ceded to the federal level under the care of the a democratically elected federal government is the reason the Eurozone remains in crisis and cannot generate sustained economic prosperity.
Greenspan is correct on that point. We knew that in 1990 once the Delors Report (Plan) was unveiled. We knew it during the Maastricht deliberations in 1991. We have known it ever since then. The crisis proved what we knew was correct.”
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