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    Title: 歐債危機與義大利債信問題
    Other Titles: European debt crisis and Italy debt problem
    Authors: 莊明儒;Chuang, Ming-Ju
    Contributors: 淡江大學歐洲研究所碩士班
    Keywords: 義大利;歐元區;債信危機;Italy;euro area;Debt Crisis
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2013-04-13 10:36:25 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 近年來,國際經濟局勢動盪不安。經濟議題屢屢佔據世界媒體版面。2007年美國發生了由次級房貸引起的金融危機。由於金融市場的全球化之深之遠,早已將全世界的金融體系串連互相盤根錯節,密不可分。後果導致金融危機以美國為圓心向全世界各地輻射開來,幾無國家地區能倖免於難。
    In recent years, the economic situation of the world has been in turmoil. The economic issues occupied the headline of world wide famous presses. In 2007, the US subprime mortgage crisis resulted financial tsunami spreading to almost every countries of the whole world because the globalization of financial market was deep and profound which closely connected all the financial systems in the world.
    Greece was bailed out for 40 billion euro by Europe Central Bank in 2009, and this was the debut of European debt crisis. The main five countries of the debt crisis located in south Europe was called PIIGS including Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece, and Spain.
    Greece, the first country needed help from EFSF, and the process was probably a example for the others in need.
    Both the third huge bond market in the world and the third economies in euro-area, Italy’s economic scale and destruction were much bigger and severer than Greece. The Italian government debt-to-GDP ratio was 120% lower than 145% in Greece, but the Italian government debt was 2 trillion 580 billion U.S. dollars five times of 460 billion U.S. dollars of Greek’s. The impact of Italian debt could not be underestimated which made recovering economic fall into desperation again. If the situation in Italy could not be controlled well, the blow to the world financial system would have been devastating. Italian debt problem could effect all the global village, therefore this issue couldn’t be underrated.
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