Credit Institute panellists debate Euro debt woes

Credit Institute panellists debate Euro debt woes


The latest meeting of the Credit Institute, held on March 24, in Knightsbridge, London, revealed that investors want action on tackling the Eurozone crisis at a pace that may not be realistic or even achievable.

The focus of the first panel, entitled “The European Union’s problem is solvency, not liquidity”, was on the nature of the Eurozone’s funding crisis and the progress of the attempts to resolve it.

“A mistaken policy would be to misinterpret price inflation in Europe and to put too much of

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