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UE Pertimbangkan Beri USD34 M untuk Utang Yunani
Minggu, 21 Februari 2010 – 16:38 wib

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BERLIN – Uni Eropa dikabarkan dapat memberikan bantuan dana untuk utang bersyarat Yunani hingga 25 miliar euro atau setara USD34 miliar.

Dilansir dari AFP, Minggu (21/2/2010), jumlah masing-masing negara yang memberikan kontribusi utang tersebut akan dihitung sesuai dengan posisi mereka di Bank Sentral Eropa.

Oleh karena itu Jerman akan memberikan kontribusi hampir 20 persen dari paket bantuan potensial, setara dengan hingga lima miliar euro, yang akan dibuat pada bagian kredit dan jaminan.

Seperti diketahui, para pemimpin Eropa telah berjanji sebagai solidaritas mereka untuk membantu Yunani, yang memiliki total utang diperkirakan mencapai sekira 300 miliar euro. Kendati demikian pihak Uni Eropa belum mengumumkan apapun mengenai bantuan keuangan yang konkret.

Uni Eropa sendiri telah mengkonfirmasi serangkaian langkah-langkah untuk menempatkan bantuan atas utang Yunani di bawah anggaran pengawasan yang baru.

Yunani berkomitmen untuk mengurangi defisit publik sebesar 12,7 persen dari produk domestik bruto sebanyak empat persen selama 2010. Adapun batas dari negara-negara tunggal di zona mata uang Euro akan dikenakan sebesar tiga persen. Athena juga telah mengumumkan program tabungan utama yang akan dikontrol oleh Komisi Eropa.(ade)
Germany Doesn’t Have Plan to Aid Greece, Finance Ministry Says
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By Tony Czuczka

Feb. 20 (Bloomberg) — Germany’s Finance Ministry said it has no specific plans for helping Greece combat its deficit crisis, denying a magazine report that euro-area governments may offer as much as 25 billion euros ($34 billion) in aid.

It’s “incorrect” that Germany is considering a “concrete” plan for countries sharing the euro to pump billions in financial aid to Greece, ministry spokesman Martin Kreienbaum said in an e-mailed statement. “The Finance Ministry has taken no decisions in this regard,” the statement said.

Der Spiegel magazine reported earlier today that Germany is considering asking euro-area governments to help provide Greece with loans and guarantees worth 20 billion euros to 25 billion euros, conditional on steps by the government to cut the deficit. Germany would finance almost 20 percent of the aid, the magazine said in article for its Feb. 22 edition, without saying how it got the information.

Greece is “not requesting money from any European Union taxpayer,” government spokesman George Petalotis said in an e- mailed statement today, echoing Prime Minister George Papandreou’s stand. Greece needs “the necessary time and political support to overcome the economic crisis,” he said.

European Union leaders ordered Greece on Feb. 11 to get the bloc’s highest budget deficit under control and promised “determined” action to protect the euro, without offering specific steps to help Greece handle its debt load. EU finance ministers who met on Feb. 15 and 16 also didn’t give specifics.

European Commission spokesman Amadeu Altafaj Tardio declined to comment on the Spiegel report. The commission, the EU’s executive arm, stands by the statements issued by government leaders on Feb. 11 and by finance ministers this week, he said.

German aid would flow from the state-owned development bank KfW Group, Der Spiegel said. The Frankfurt-based bank isn’t aware of any such plans, spokesman Wolfram Schweickhardt said in a telephone interview today. The government hasn’t decided on any “aid instruments,” the Finance Ministry’s Kreienbaum said.
Bini Smaghi Says ECB Doesn’t Need IMF to Solve Greek Crisis

By Tommaso Ebhardt

Feb. 20 (Bloomberg) — Europe, not the International Monetary Fund, should solve the Greek deficit crisis, European Central Bank Executive Board Member Lorenzo Bini Smaghi told Il Corriere della Sera newspaper.

Calling in the IMF would put the euro under the administration of an “external commissary,” he said in an article in the Italian newspaper.

Greece’s budget deficit swelled as the European Union failed to “discipline” its member with an “efficacious application” of the stability pact, Bini Smaghi said. The crisis should be an opportunity to reinforce the agreement, he added.

The ECB board member also said that Europe affirmed last week that “it wants to preserve the financial stability” of the euro area.

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