Causes and Enlightenments of European Debt Crisis on China’s Participation in East Asia’s Monetary Cooperation
Deterioration of European sovereign debt crisis caused the global market slump. Although the European Union has introduced the first round large-scale rescue plan of 750 billion euro to Greece on May 10, 2010, the worsening trend of sovereign debt crisis has not been controlled effectively, and the prospect of crisis is still worrying. The paper firstly introduced the process of European sovereign debt crisis, then analyzed the causes of outbreak on European debt crisis, and finally concluded the enlightenments for China’s participation in East Asia’s monetary cooperation.
Key words: East Asia; Monetary cooperation; European debt crisis
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