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希腊危机的亚洲观点

首尔—亚洲国家以一种混杂着嫉妒和幸灾乐祸的心情看待希腊危机。1997年,当它们面临金融危机时,它们得到的援助比希腊小得多,条件苛刻得多。但它们的复苏也远比希腊强劲,这表明不断加码的援助也许并不是复苏的良方。

自危机爆发以来,希腊得到了来自所谓的“三驾马车”——欧盟委员会、欧洲央行和国际货币基金组织(IMF)的巨额融资。2010—2012年的援助方案总规模高达2,400亿欧元(2,600亿美元),包括来自IMF的300亿欧元,这一数字是希腊的IMF贷款累计上限的三倍有余。最新协议又将给希腊带来860亿欧元。

相反,1997年韩国所获得的援助方案——比印尼、泰国和菲律宾规模更大——总值只有570亿美元,其中210美元来自IMF。。与此同时,韩国年GDP为5,600亿美元,而2014年希腊GDP还不到2,400亿美元

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