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世界银行总裁:世界经济不会出现二次探底

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小编摘要:周二,世界银行总裁罗伯特.佐利克说:“世界经济不可能再次陷入萧条,但风险依旧存在。我不相信美国或者世界将陷入二次探底,但不确定性很高。”

导读:周二,世界银行总裁罗伯特.佐利克说:“世界经济不可能再次陷入萧条,但风险依旧存在。”他告诉新加坡记者:“我不相信美国或者世界将陷入二次探底,但不确定性很高。”“美国更有可能将度过一段经济增长缓慢、失业率居高不下的时期。”

在此之前,新加坡财政部长曾说,随着美国和欧洲经济增长逐渐停滞,世界经济很有可能陷入衰退。

关于欧洲问题,佐利克说:“欧盟必须考虑在财政政策方面进行更紧密的合作来共同应对眼前的问题。”“要加深财政联盟,目前的政策,比如建立欧洲金融稳定机制、由欧洲央行出资购买债券,都只能为欧盟处理眼前的问题争取到一些时间而已。”

The global economy is unlikely to fall back into recession but there are risks, World Bank President Robert Zoellick said on Tuesday.

"I don't believe that the United States or the world will go into a double-dip but there's high degrees of uncertainty," Zoellick told reporters in Singapore.

The United States is more likely to go through a period of slow growth with ongoing high unemployment, he added.

His comments come after Singapore Finance Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam, who also chairs a key International Monetary Fund committee, said the world is "more likely than not" to see a recession as growth in both the United States and Europe have fallen to "stall" speed.

On Europe, the World Bank president said Europe Union had to consider working closer in the area of fiscal policy to address the problems facing its members.

"One direction is to deepen the fiscal union," he said, adding the policies pursued up to now, such as the creation of the European Financial Stability Facility and bond buying by the European Central Bank, could only buy the EU time to address the problems it faced.

Group of Seven financial leaders, worried about risks to global growth, are likely to agree this week to keep monetary policy accommodative, slow fiscal consolidation in countries where that is possible and implement structural reforms, a G7 source said.

Finance ministers and central bank governors of the United States, Canada, Japan, Germany, France, Italy and Britain (G7) meet on Friday in the French port of Marseilles to discuss what action to take to prop up the slowing global economy.

"The main issue will be the slowdown in the global economy and what is the best way to tackle that," a G7 official with knowledge of the preparations for the meeting said.

The source said that there was a sense among G7 countries that the global economy had entered the most difficult period since the collapse of Lehman Brothers and that there was a risk of recession -- either in technical terms, seen as two straight quarters of contraction, or with positive growth but a widening output gap.

The G7 is also likely to discuss the IMF's call for further recapitalization of European banks to help cushion the blow from the region's sovereign debt crisis, the sources said.

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2011-09-07 12:20 编辑:claudiaenglish
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    The second recessions is on now whether you believe or not.

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  • om337 说:

    The recession that we are suffering , ranked as the second if goes by time happening, the first if ranks by the degree of damaging .

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