Deutsche Bank CEO Says Greece Must Not Exit the Eurozone

Deutsche Bank CEO Josef Ackermann said on Sunday, November 6, that a Greek exit from the Eurozone should not even be considered as a possible future scenario if European leaders wish to prevent contagion of the Greek debt crisis to other vulnerable European countries.

“We should not even begin to think about a Greek exit,” were his exacts words.

The German CEO also said that the inability of the EU to solve its financial problems on its own resulted in the IMF getting involved in the monitoring process of several countries, including Greece and recently Italy.


  1. Yeah until you suck the blood of all Greek they will remain in your service mr German
    Yes it was and was done delibretly to stop Turkish joining in, and now Greeks and Greek Cyprus been in EU is going to destroy EU, this is what I call it Karma, and if Turks are smart they will never join in and become slaves to Germans and the French, and certainly Turks do not want to be called PIGS G been the Greece in PIGS, EU is a sick Union of the World with cheating sick man of the Europe Greece and Greek Cyprus, I am glad this is happening to EU that is what you get betraying Turks, now lets see how you come out of this mess Greeks created for you, Ha ha ha ha
    and yes EU deserves to be under control of Greek Cyprus who is no different than Greeks, I guess they just fix the accounting books and steal some more money from EU


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