E esse alguém está um bocado farto.
No World Economic Forum esta semana Wen Jiabao – 1ºM Chinês – disse que está na hora de o ocidente colocar a casa em ordem e não de depender nas poupanças chinesas.
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Abaixo fica uma transcrição de parte do mesmo:
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao, facing calls to widen support for indebted European countries, signaled that developed nations should cut deficits and open markets rather than rely on China to bail out the world economy.
“Countries must first put their own houses in order,” Wen said today at the World Economic Forum in the Chinese city of Dalian. “Developed countries must take responsible fiscal and monetary policies. What is most important now is to prevent the further spread of the sovereign debt crisis in Europe.”
China can best contribute to the global economic recovery by ensuring steady growth at home, Wen said, calling on the European Union and U.S. to allow more Chinese investment in return. Stocks dropped in Asia as the comments damped optimism that China would help stabilize the euro region, after Italy this month followed Spain, Portugal and Greece in seeking investment from the world’s fastest-growing major economy.
“What he is basically saying is China wants to help, they want to invest, but we can’t help you take the proper measures to control the debt crisis, you’ve got to do that on your own,” said William Rhodes, a senior adviser to Citigroup Inc. who was at Wen’s speech.
The MSCI Asia Pacific Index gave up its early gain of as much as 0.3 percent to trade 1.8 percent lower at 5:19 p.m. in Hong Kong. Crude oil in New York was 1.2 percent down at $89.17 a barrel. Losses were capped after Chinese business magazine Caijing reported that China is still willing to buy bonds of crisis-hit nations, citing Zhang Xiaoqiang, a vice chairman of the National Development and Reform Commission.