Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Wisdom from Asia

Zeti Says Greek Euro Exit Would Have ‘Unimaginable’ Consequences

Malaysia’s central bank Governor Zeti Akhtar Aziz warned that Greece exiting the euro would have“unimaginable” consequences for Europe and that she expects a solution will be reached to prevent a departure.
“The consequences for that to happen I believe will be unimaginable for Europe, therefore a solution has to be found to address the situation,” Zeti, 64, said in an interview with Bloomberg Television in Istanbul yesterday. “I believe that such a solution can be found.”
Comment: It used to be said that the people form Asia like those from the Caribean talks and act like kids. Listen closely: now it's the "cradle of democracy" that behaves and talks like nutes while "the Asians" are those with a sober mind, A tidal shift, indeed.

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