The Weekend Australian

Robert Zoellick, its president, insists to the European leaders to confront its problems of sovereign debt with greater urgency. " The majority of developed countries has exhausted the margin fiscal" , it assures. The president of the World Bank, Robert Zoellick, said that the world confronts a new storm different from the one from 2008 and that he is " more peligrosa" by the crisis of debt in eurozona, in one he interviews exclusive right to Australian means published east weekend. " We are at the first moments of a new storm and different, she is not the same that in 2008" , he affirmed Zoellick to the metropolitan newspaper The Weekend Australian. " In last the two weeks, the world has passed of a difficult recovery to several speeds () to a new phase and more peligrosa" , it added. " The majority of developed countries has exhausted the fiscal margin and their monetary policies cannot more be flexibles" , the expert declared.

Zoellick recognized that it does not know a formula to solve the problem, but aimed that " the 2008 lesson is that at the most behind schedule it acts more is necessary to do despus". The holder of the World Bank insisted to the European leaders to confront the problems of the sovereign debt with a felt major emergency because, in its opinion, this one is a subject " much more grave" that the one that has taken to the reduction of the credit qualification of the United States. Another preoccupation of the American is the disturbances in the United Kingdom and expressed their hope of which the austerity policies do not derail that the Government has adopted. Zoellick arrived at the beginning of week at Australia to participate in a series of acts, among them the annual meeting who celebrate the governments of Washington and Canberra. Source of the news: The World Bank: " The crisis of debt in the EU is one more a storm more dangerous than the one of 2008"