President of European Parliament, Martin Schulz, advocates the creation of a special economic zone for Greece to avoid leaving the euro and exacerbate the market onslaught against the euro.
In an interview with the German weekly Der Spiegel, which is published this Sunday, Schulz supports this proposal in the current conditions of adjustment squandered any chance of economic growth.
Schulz argues that the European Union (EU) could be implemented in parallel to the settings, economic stimulus programs through a “growth agency”, at the same time maintaining control of Hellenic finances.
Thus, extols Schulz, is propped “mutual trust”, as Brussels would contribute to the economic stimulus, while Athens remained committed to the reforms, with the aid and investment conditions .
This “growth agency” would involve deployment of a unit of the EU delegates in Greece decide to undertake projects. This course, which could raise reluctance in Athens, do not represent “a hostile occupying force,” says Schulz, “but an aid.”