This section was created as a follow-up to the controversial debate with Martin Hellwig. In his Handelsblatt article Hellwig explained why, in his view, the ECB is not postponing Greece’s insolvency by granting it Emergency Liquidity Assistance (ELA). Hellwig cited an article by Hans-Werner Sinn published in the Süddeutsche Zeitung, warning that ELA was facilitating capital flight. An article published by the Handelsblatt features a response to Hellwig from Clemens Fuest and Hans-Werner Sinn, who refute Hellwig‘s statement that the Community of States has nothing to lose from ELA because any income earned belonged to the Greek Central Bank anyway.
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"Reply to the Comment: “Currency in Circulation, The Cash Changeover and the Euro-Dollar Exchange Rate” by Franz Seitz and Ulrich Bindseil", ifo Studien 48, 2002, pp. 341-345.
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