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Billionaire investor George Soros has slammed US Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson for behaving in the same manner as bankers in the 1930s and mishandling a financial crisis that threatens a repeat of the Great Depression.
Soros told BBC Newsnight that the world was merely at the beginning of a financial storm and warned, We mustnt allow the financial system to collapse as it did in the 1930s.
Referring to Hank Paulson, the US Treasury Secretary, Soros stated, The way Paulson is handling the situation is reminiscent of the way the bankers handled it in the 1930s.
He added: The financial system has gone overboard and the financial engineering has grown to big, it takes up too big a share in the worlds resources.
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In tough times, should investors turn to gold or cash? — Business Day
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