Next June 18 on Monday, the G-20 Summit will be held at Los Cabos, Mexico, in which it will be discussed several European issues of extreme importance, including the Euro Zone.
The Euro Zone has “three months” to convince its trading partners, warned this week the managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Christine Lagarde. For this reason, European leaders should seize the G-20 meeting.
Mexico seeks to prevent the European crisis to monopolize the agenda, however, the agenda of the summit could be overwhelmed by the Greece subject, like in the last meeting of the G-20 at Cannes (South of France).
The Greek legislative elections will be held next Sunday, and it seems rather a referendum on its desire to remain part of the Euro Zone. (MZ)