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[英伦广角] 【整理】2010-04-26 德国呼吁希腊退出欧元区

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Anger that their government\ plans yet more cuts was directed to the police\ in Athens last night. Two thousand protested \ against proposed austerity measures, some throwing missiles at police\ in riot gear, ten were arrested.

In the light of day, evidence of cuts isn't quite so visible. Prices at this market haven't changed yet. But after the government's request for an emergency bailout of 45 billion euros from the European Union and the International Monetary Fund, shoppers are expecting everyday necessities to get more expensive.

Now prices are good, however the worst thing is that they go higher and higher as days go by and this is something we can not cope with.

The IMF is currently meeting to consider the aid request already agreed in principle by other EU nations. Germany will be the biggest contributor--perhaps the reason\ some of their politicians have called for Greece to leave the Eurozone. If Greece defaults on its massive debts, the consequences will be far reaching, even touching British shores.

Clearly if the Eurozone, our European partners are affected by this crisis, if their growth turns out to be weaker, then of course it will have an impact on UK\ economy. This is our major trading partner, we are locked into the EU for good reasons and I think that we can't help but see some repercussions.

The worry now is that Greece's troubles may spread to other EU member countries, but even if the rescue packages is approved, Greece still faces years of painful cutbacks and long-term financial difficulty.

Jane Dougall ,Sky News.
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本帖最后由 Bingr8 于 2010-5-10 23:02 编辑

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Anger the government plans yet more cuts with direct policy and Athens lastnight ,2000 protesters against the proposed austerity measures, some throwingmissiles at policy's
riot gear ,10 were arrested , in the late of day ,evidence of cuts isnt quite so visible ,prices at this market, haven't changedyet ,but after the government requested for emergency bailout of 45 billioneuros the EU and IMF ,shoppers are expecting everyday
necessities
to get more expensive,

Now prices is good however the worse thing is they go higher and higher as daygo by ,and this is something we can not cope with

The IMF is currently to considerate the major request ,already agree on theprinciple by other EU nations  , Germany would be the biggestcontributor , perhaps some of their politicians have called Greece to leave,the EU , if Greece default on their massive debt ,the consequence will be farreaching , even touch British shores
clearly  the Euro Zone , are European partners are affected by thiscrisis , if their growth turns out to be weaker , then of course  itwill pass on the UK economy, this is our major trading European partner , whenlocked in the EU for good reasons and I think we cant help it see somerepercussions, the worry knows Greece troubles may spread to other EU membercountries ,but even if the rescue package is approved ,Greece.still faces yearsof pay for cutbacks on the long term financial difficulty

Jane Dougall ,Sky News.
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