Eurozone Looks to China for Bailout

Friday, October 28, 2011

Days after the Eurozone's emergency summit meeting yielded relatively successful results the head of the Eurozone bailout fund is in China this morning asking officials to help rescue European nations. China's deputy finance minister has said that his country wants more details before investing in the Eurozone bailout fund. Joining The Takeaway from Beijing is Martin Patience, correspondent for our partner the BBC. Andrew Leung is an international and independent China specialist, and chairman of Andrew Leung International Consultants.


Andrew Leung and Martin Patience

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