George Soros: Germany must lead or leave euro

Salih, Chris
September 2012
Money Marketing (Online Edition);9/10/2012, p21
The article reports that veteran financier George Soros wants Germany to leave the eurozone if it is not willing to assist some of the weaker nations in tackling their economic concerns. According to Soros, the eurozone should aim for 5 per cent economic growth and this would require the bloc to end austerity measures and launch higher inflation.


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