Greek Crisis Could Seriously Hurt Economy
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Lil Wayne, the artist with multi-platinum and Grammy Award winner, has decided to move their European tour along with Mac Miller to enable it to finalize the release of his tenth album in the best possible conditions. Forest National concert originally scheduled on March 25, the date was postponed to Thursday, October 17.
The American star said: "I reject my European tour in order to better prepare for the worldwide release of my new album" I Am Not A Human Being II "scheduled for March 26. I prefer not to upset both the release of my album, my tour. It is therefore against heart that I decided to reschedule my tour in October 2013. I can not thank my European fans enough for their patience and understanding. I very much look forward to coming to play in Europe with Mac Miller in the fall. I refuse to do things by halves and promise to all my fans for their book an unforgettable sight. '
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Contagion from the Greek debt crisis could spread to other European countries, including Belgium, said a senior European politician yesterday.
Jean-Claude Juncker, head of the Eurogroup and prime minister of Luxembourg, said that demands for private creditors to contribute to the latest Greek bailout could be considered a default by ratings agencies such as Moodys who over the weekend downrated Italy's credit rating. These financial worries could have serious consequences for the euro.
Mr Juncker, who chairs meetings of the 17 eurozone finance ministers, said Greek bankruptcy could cause serious problems for the Portuguese and Irish economy and also Belgium, because of its high debt burden. "We are playing with fire," he reportedly said.
Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel had earlier demanded that private creditors share part of the Greek burden, but following a meeting with French President Nicolas Sarkozy in Berlin, she softened her stance and both leaders agreed participation in the bailout should be "voluntary".
The Luxembourg prime minister said a debt restructuring would badly damage Greek banks, which hold a large amount of the country's debt, about €80 billion, requiring another crisis bailout for these banks. Financial houses in Germany, France and the UK are also major creditors to Greece and any default could lead to a Lehman-style crash in any of these countries.