George Soros: Germany must lead or leave euro

Salih, Chris
September 2012
Fundweb;9/10/2012, p24
Trade Publication
The article reports that according to veteran financier George Soros, Germany should leave the eurozone if it is not interested in helping some of the weaker nations tackle their economic problems. He says that the Europe is facing a prolonged depression and it is important to help its southern nations in dealing with debt crisis and to relax austerity plans to maintain the European unification project.


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