“Shouldn’t we do something ?
Let them swim, it’s their bl… water, after all
Yes, unless they have already sold their sea to China or Qatar and can’t breathe under foreign water
OK, I don’t say nothing about your deficits, you don’t say nothing about my exports, and we discuss Greece later
Deal, let’s enjoy summer and have dinner, now, and we’ll discuss Greece another time, when the weather is less friendly.”
So far, so good, growth is around the European corner.
Renaud Favier, August 24th, 2012.
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