Sunday, May 15, 2011

Strauss Kahn Was To Lenient With Greece

Thankfully, from the perspective of bagmen Geithner and Trichet, he is out of the picture now:

From the Guardian:

"The IMF under his stewardship has been more flexible with Greece than its other creditors, the EU and ECB," said Theodore Pelagidis, professor or economic analysis at the University of Piraeus. "He was much more understanding of the nature of the crisis. This now makes the situation more complex because one of the principal negotiators is out of the game and people are asking who is next and what should we expect?"

1'Greece fears Strauss-Kahn arrest will prolong ongoing debt crisis' - UK Guardian

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