Financial Times-Rich Cocovich-Global Star Capital-Sergio Marhionne-Greece

The Financial Times Reports on the Greek debt crisis:

Sergio Marchionne, the chief executive of Fiat and Chrysler, the Italian and US carmakers, underlined the concerns of business leaders, saying at the Frankfurt motor show: “I think there is a possibility, if the wrong steps are taken, that the system goes off the rails. The problems must be confronted in a serious way.
“It is not pleasant right now. We are not totally calm about this instability and the way in which the European crisis is being managed.”

The full article in the Financial Time is located at

Rich Cocovich
Global Star Capital
Richard Cocovich
Global Star Capital Funding

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