Greek exit "needs clear response" : Interview of Dr Wei SHEN, Professor of International Relations at ESSCA School of Management, Director of the ESSCA Shanghai Campus in chinadaily.com - 13/06/2012
Brussels "must act with Beijing and others in worst-case scenario"
Brussels must coordinate with Washington, Beijing and other global players on capital control measures if Greece exits the eurozone after the general election on Sunday, financial experts warned...
Wei Shen, professor at the France-based Essca School of Management, said the size and resilience of China's economy could handle the immediate aftermath of a Greek exit from the eurozone.
"However, China will undoubtedly watch very closely the decisions made in Brussels", Wei Shen said.
"It isn't only China that is concerned", Shen said.
The US, Canada, Japan and other major players are also speculating on the EU response, if Greece leaves the eurozone, and how Brussels will coordinate with the international community.
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