Jan. 25 - Gerard Lyons, Chief Economist at Standard Chartered Bank also tells Reuters he sees contagion being a problem in Europe “for some time to come.” This is an excerpt of a full interview conducted at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland as part of the Davos Today morning show. Look for the complete show at http://www.reuters.com/davos.
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