20国财长讨论欧债危机解决方案 G20 Ministers Consider Europe Debt Options

14 October, 2011

来自世界20个最大经济体的财政部长们聚集巴黎,试图解决欧洲债务危机。欧债危机有可能将各大经济体再次拖入衰退的危险。
  
参加星期五和星期六会议的财长们预计会就几个方案进行讨论。 一些领导人认为,这些方案有助于稳定几个星期以来陷入动荡的全球金融市场,并缓解债务缠身的希腊困境。
  
一些领导人建议,希腊必须大量削减债务,也就是不偿还部分债务。但是,这将迫使希腊的债权人承受更大的损失,可能高达60%。欧洲国家在7月份批准给予希腊第二轮援助资金时,预计,投资者将蒙受21%的损失。
  
除此之外,一些欧洲领导人敦促欧洲银行大幅提升现金准备量,来应对他们所持有的希腊和其他债务日渐扩大的国家债券可能出现的损失。还有一些人则认为,国际货币资金组织应该加大借贷能力。

The finance ministers of the world's 20 biggest economies are meeting in Paris to try to resolve the European debt crisis that is threatening to push world economies into another recession.
  
The financial chiefs meeting Friday and Saturday are expected to consider several options that some leaders say could help stabilize the global financial markets and ease the debts of financially troubled Greece.
  
Some leaders have suggested that Greece's debts need to be substantially cut, effectively a default on its obligations. That could force investors holding Greek debt to assume much bigger losses than the 21 percent figure they already agreed to in approving a second Greek bailout in July, possibly to as much as 60 percent.
  
European leaders are pressing the continent's banks to sharply increase their cash reserves to cover possible losses on the debt they hold from Greece and other countries faced with burgeoning debt. Some think the lending capacity of the International Monetary Fund should be increased.