William Rhodes, a former Citigroup Inc. senior vice chairman and a senior adviser to the bank, comments on the role of Shanghai’s free-trade zone in China’s financial reforms and the outlook for China’s economy.
William Rhodes, a former Citigroup Inc. senior vice chairman and a senior adviser to the bank, comments on U.S. President Barack Obama’s meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping June 7-8 in California and the outlook for economic growth in China. Rhodes spoke in an interview in Shanghai on June 3.
As China’s leaders gather for a once- a-decade leadership change in Beijing likely to elevate Xi Jinping to general secretary of the Communist Party, Bloomberg Television interviews analysts and people who have met the key figures.
Former Citigroup Inc. Senior Vice Chairman William Rhodes said that the 500 billion euros ($634 billion) made available via the European Financial Stability Facility is inadequate, Wirtschaftswoche reported in a preview of an article to be published on Monday, citing an interview.
Greece’s budget was unraveling, Germany and the European Central Bank were at odds over the fix, revelations of secret meetings and cover-ups were sapping confidence in Europe’s crisis management -- and then came the encounter between Dominique Strauss-Kahn and the maid.