The world is sleepwalking towards a fresh economic and financial crisis that will have devastating consequences for the democratic market system,
according to the former Bank of England governor Mervyn King.
Lord King, who was in charge at Threadneedle Street during the near-death of the global banking system and deep economic slump a decade ago,
said the resistance to new thinking meant a repeat of the chaos of the 2008-09 period was looming.
Giving a lecture in Washington at the annual meeting of the International Monetary Fund, King said there had been no fundamental questioning of the ideas that led to the crisis of a decade ago.
“Another economic and financial crisis would be devastating to the legitimacy of a democratic market system,” he said.
“By sticking to the new orthodoxy of and pretending that we have made the banking system safe, we are sleepwalking towards that crisis.” (The Guardian)
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