Skip to comments.Portugal, Spain urge G20 members to help ease crisis
Posted on 10/30/2011 8:49:31 AM PDT by vrwc1
ASUNCION (Reuters) - Spain and Portugal said on Saturday the euro zone's debt crisis is a global problem, calling on the United States and other G20 powers to help contain the fallout.
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero urged the G20 countries least affected by the crisis to provide "urgent stimulus plans" to shield the global economy.
Europe's debt crisis looks set to dominate the summit of Group of 20 leading economies in France from November 3-4.
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Turbo Tax Timmy and the Bernanke better not try it!
they hate the “cowboy” u.s.a. of george w bush,
nor do they like comrade obama.
Yes, but they will gladly accept money from the American taxpayer.
Typical socialist whining - “Greece got their debt relief, now we demand the same! Or else!”
How about Europe supporting the US for a while? Enough is enough. We need to stop writing blank checks for the entire planet.
No problemo, we will just give our Chinese buddies a call and take out a great big loan, sell California to them or something, and borrow you a bunch of Chinese money, M'kay?
We are already bailing them out. American taxpayers provide about 25% of IMF monies.
Banging their tin cups. We are not Europe and Europe has gone out of their way to call us backward hicks. F-em.
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