Con esta solución innovadora de crowd sourcing, Grecia tardaría 236 años para cumplir con el pago al FMI y 40.000 años para pagar la deuda total de Grecia de € 271 billones (£193bn; $303bn).
In 2011 and 2012, Greece’s fate seemed closely tied to the rest of Europe. Losing Greece would have signalled the first domino falling, followed by perhaps Portugal, perhaps Spain or Italy, unravelling the whole project.
Right now, however, Greece looks like its own separate case, and very few people think that Grexit would force that chain reaction.
Greece’s current bailout expires on 28 February. Any new agreement would need to be approved by national governments so time is running out to reach a compromise, without which Greece is likely to run out of money.
The Economist Intelligence Unit puts the Grexit risk at more like 40% and rising. While Morgan Stanley gives these probabilities of what will happen in the days and weeks ahead:
As the UK prepares for the crucial vote on its future in, or out, of the European Union, polls suggest the debate is neck-and-neck. I think the “In” will just nick it but does that mean we should be happy with the outcome? Either way there is no clear mandate that the current union is […]
En este primer artículo, presentamos el Análisis de las Reformas del Mercado Eléctrico de la Gran Britania y próximamente, en el segundo artículo,