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Mexican billionaire says China should lead crisis rescue
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Jose
2008-10-05 21:00:29 UTC
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AFP - Sep 30, 2008
MEXICO CITY (AFP) — Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim, one of the world's
richest men, said Tuesday that China should lead rescue efforts for
the US financial crisis, and that worldwide stock markets needed
better rules.

"China is now the most important country to help responsibly in this
crisis," Slim told journalists at a meeting in Mexico City.

"China has great liquidity, large resources, surpluses in its current
accounts and a lot of capital flow," he said.

"There is a systematic crisis in the whole financial system and the
problem is that everything is interconnected."

Slim, who has said the current crisis is the worst since the 1929 Wall
Street crash, called for improved rules for world financial markets.

"Not more rules but better ones, not more regulation but better
regulation," said Slim, whose fortune is estimated at 60 billion
dollars according to Forbes.

The billionaire, whose activities represent around six percent of
Mexico's gross domestic product, also said that Latin American and
other developing countries could help the United States through the
crisis.

"In the past, developed countries had reserves and financed developing
countries, while today developed countries, especially the United
States, are being financed with resources from developing countries,"
he said.


http://afp.google.com/article/ALeqM5icguECdnrk259WcIOS_N0phnHkQQ
erretres
2008-10-05 21:15:19 UTC
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(...)
"La recesión norteamericana tiende a globalizarse, la política monetaria
europea acentúa el enfriamiento, Japón arrastra su propia depresión y se
esfuma la expectativa de un desacople liderado por China".
(...)

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AFP - Sep 30, 2008
MEXICO CITY (AFP) — Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim, one of the world's
richest men, said Tuesday that China should lead rescue efforts for
the US financial crisis, and that worldwide stock markets needed
better rules.

"China is now the most important country to help responsibly in this
crisis," Slim told journalists at a meeting in Mexico City.

"China has great liquidity, large resources, surpluses in its current
accounts and a lot of capital flow," he said.

"There is a systematic crisis in the whole financial system and the
problem is that everything is interconnected."

Slim, who has said the current crisis is the worst since the 1929 Wall
Street crash, called for improved rules for world financial markets.

"Not more rules but better ones, not more regulation but better
regulation," said Slim, whose fortune is estimated at 60 billion
dollars according to Forbes.

The billionaire, whose activities represent around six percent of
Mexico's gross domestic product, also said that Latin American and
other developing countries could help the United States through the
crisis.

"In the past, developed countries had reserves and financed developing
countries, while today developed countries, especially the United
States, are being financed with resources from developing countries,"
he said.


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Fortinbras
2008-10-05 21:44:11 UTC
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Pues muchos se han desacoplado sin esperar a china ninguna. Por ejemplo,
Irán, Sudafrica y Rusia. Tambien Venezuela con Bolivia, Ecuador y Paragüay.

Un cordial saludo

Fortinbras
Post by erretres
(...)
"La recesión norteamericana tiende a globalizarse, la política monetaria
europea acentúa el enfriamiento, Japón arrastra su propia depresión y se
esfuma la expectativa de un desacople liderado por China".
(...)
________________________
http://www.rebelion.org/noticia.php?id=73808
________________________
Cortesía de r3
AFP - Sep 30, 2008
MEXICO CITY (AFP) — Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim, one of the world's
richest men, said Tuesday that China should lead rescue efforts for
the US financial crisis, and that worldwide stock markets needed
better rules.
"China is now the most important country to help responsibly in this
crisis," Slim told journalists at a meeting in Mexico City.
"China has great liquidity, large resources, surpluses in its current
accounts and a lot of capital flow," he said.
"There is a systematic crisis in the whole financial system and the
problem is that everything is interconnected."
Slim, who has said the current crisis is the worst since the 1929 Wall
Street crash, called for improved rules for world financial markets.
"Not more rules but better ones, not more regulation but better
regulation," said Slim, whose fortune is estimated at 60 billion
dollars according to Forbes.
The billionaire, whose activities represent around six percent of
Mexico's gross domestic product, also said that Latin American and
other developing countries could help the United States through the
crisis.
"In the past, developed countries had reserves and financed developing
countries, while today developed countries, especially the United
States, are being financed with resources from developing countries,"
he said.
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erretres
2008-10-05 21:46:43 UTC
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Sí e idem

:)
r3
Post by Fortinbras
Pues muchos se han desacoplado sin esperar a china ninguna. Por ejemplo,
Irán, Sudafrica y Rusia. Tambien Venezuela con Bolivia, Ecuador y Paragüay.
Un cordial saludo
Fortinbras
Post by erretres
(...)
"La recesión norteamericana tiende a globalizarse, la política monetaria
europea acentúa el enfriamiento, Japón arrastra su propia depresión y se
esfuma la expectativa de un desacople liderado por China".
(...)
________________________
http://www.rebelion.org/noticia.php?id=73808
________________________
Cortesía de r3
AFP - Sep 30, 2008
MEXICO CITY (AFP) - Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim, one of the world's
richest men, said Tuesday that China should lead rescue efforts for
the US financial crisis, and that worldwide stock markets needed
better rules.
"China is now the most important country to help responsibly in this
crisis," Slim told journalists at a meeting in Mexico City.
"China has great liquidity, large resources, surpluses in its current
accounts and a lot of capital flow," he said.
"There is a systematic crisis in the whole financial system and the
problem is that everything is interconnected."
Slim, who has said the current crisis is the worst since the 1929 Wall
Street crash, called for improved rules for world financial markets.
"Not more rules but better ones, not more regulation but better
regulation," said Slim, whose fortune is estimated at 60 billion
dollars according to Forbes.
The billionaire, whose activities represent around six percent of
Mexico's gross domestic product, also said that Latin American and
other developing countries could help the United States through the
crisis.
"In the past, developed countries had reserves and financed developing
countries, while today developed countries, especially the United
States, are being financed with resources from developing countries,"
he said.
http://afp.google.com/article/ALeqM5icguECdnrk259WcIOS_N0phnHkQQ
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Juan Moreira
2008-10-06 11:31:48 UTC
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No me parece. También en los países que mencionás se siente la crisis.
Las acciones bajan y también el precio del petróleo.
Claramente, todo el mundo sabe que si hay recesión en los dos grandes
compradores que son los EEUU y la UE, se verán afectadas las industrias y
las ventas de materias primas en todo el globo.
Nadie puede soñar en este momento (talvez, si se hubieran preparado durante
años, sería posible, pero éso no ha sucedido) con economías estancas.
Juan
PS: Talvez se mitiguen un poco las guerras, porque va a haber menos plata
para comprar armas a los grandes exportadores (EEUU, China, Rusia,
Francia...). Otra contribución a la crisis que se avecina.
Post by Fortinbras
Pues muchos se han desacoplado sin esperar a china ninguna. Por ejemplo,
Irán, Sudafrica y Rusia. Tambien Venezuela con Bolivia, Ecuador y Paragüay.
Un cordial saludo
Fortinbras
Post by erretres
(...)
"La recesión norteamericana tiende a globalizarse, la política monetaria
europea acentúa el enfriamiento, Japón arrastra su propia depresión y se
esfuma la expectativa de un desacople liderado por China".
(...)
________________________
http://www.rebelion.org/noticia.php?id=73808
________________________
Cortesía de r3
AFP - Sep 30, 2008
MEXICO CITY (AFP) - Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim, one of the world's
richest men, said Tuesday that China should lead rescue efforts for
the US financial crisis, and that worldwide stock markets needed
better rules.
"China is now the most important country to help responsibly in this
crisis," Slim told journalists at a meeting in Mexico City.
"China has great liquidity, large resources, surpluses in its current
accounts and a lot of capital flow," he said.
"There is a systematic crisis in the whole financial system and the
problem is that everything is interconnected."
Slim, who has said the current crisis is the worst since the 1929 Wall
Street crash, called for improved rules for world financial markets.
"Not more rules but better ones, not more regulation but better
regulation," said Slim, whose fortune is estimated at 60 billion
dollars according to Forbes.
The billionaire, whose activities represent around six percent of
Mexico's gross domestic product, also said that Latin American and
other developing countries could help the United States through the
crisis.
"In the past, developed countries had reserves and financed developing
countries, while today developed countries, especially the United
States, are being financed with resources from developing countries,"
he said.
http://afp.google.com/article/ALeqM5icguECdnrk259WcIOS_N0phnHkQQ
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Fortinbras
2008-10-06 16:45:29 UTC
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Sobre la Unión Sovietica la debacle del 29 no tuvo efectos.

Iran, Venezuela y Sudafrica se encuentran hoy en una situación análoga.
Chavez ya anunció emprendimientos comunes. Se procura la autosuficiencia
de ese block.

Un abrazo

Fortinbras
Post by Juan Moreira
No me parece. También en los países que mencionás se siente la crisis.
Las acciones bajan y también el precio del petróleo.
Claramente, todo el mundo sabe que si hay recesión en los dos grandes
compradores que son los EEUU y la UE, se verán afectadas las industrias y
las ventas de materias primas en todo el globo.
Nadie puede soñar en este momento (talvez, si se hubieran preparado durante
años, sería posible, pero éso no ha sucedido) con economías estancas.
Juan
PS: Talvez se mitiguen un poco las guerras, porque va a haber menos plata
para comprar armas a los grandes exportadores (EEUU, China, Rusia,
Francia...). Otra contribución a la crisis que se avecina.
Post by Fortinbras
Pues muchos se han desacoplado sin esperar a china ninguna. Por ejemplo,
Irán, Sudafrica y Rusia. Tambien Venezuela con Bolivia, Ecuador y Paragüay.
Un cordial saludo
Fortinbras
Post by erretres
(...)
"La recesión norteamericana tiende a globalizarse, la política monetaria
europea acentúa el enfriamiento, Japón arrastra su propia depresión y se
esfuma la expectativa de un desacople liderado por China".
(...)
________________________
http://www.rebelion.org/noticia.php?id=73808
________________________
Cortesía de r3
AFP - Sep 30, 2008
MEXICO CITY (AFP) - Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim, one of the world's
richest men, said Tuesday that China should lead rescue efforts for
the US financial crisis, and that worldwide stock markets needed
better rules.
"China is now the most important country to help responsibly in this
crisis," Slim told journalists at a meeting in Mexico City.
"China has great liquidity, large resources, surpluses in its current
accounts and a lot of capital flow," he said.
"There is a systematic crisis in the whole financial system and the
problem is that everything is interconnected."
Slim, who has said the current crisis is the worst since the 1929 Wall
Street crash, called for improved rules for world financial markets.
"Not more rules but better ones, not more regulation but better
regulation," said Slim, whose fortune is estimated at 60 billion
dollars according to Forbes.
The billionaire, whose activities represent around six percent of
Mexico's gross domestic product, also said that Latin American and
other developing countries could help the United States through the
crisis.
"In the past, developed countries had reserves and financed developing
countries, while today developed countries, especially the United
States, are being financed with resources from developing countries,"
he said.
http://afp.google.com/article/ALeqM5icguECdnrk259WcIOS_N0phnHkQQ
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