quinta-feira, 23 de junho de 2016

O Obama explica

"There are a number of banking CEOs, including somebody like a Jamie Dimon, who I think are smart and are outstanding businesspeople, but they have different roles to play. Their job is to serve their shareholders, maximize profits, run a business. My job as president of the United States is to make sure that the overall system is stable and that the economy as a whole is well-served by a healthy, functioning system that allocates capital in efficient ways. And that means the interests of any individual bank or banker are not always going to be congruent with the interests of the economy as a whole. That shouldn’t be a surprise, and I would say the American people should be suspicious if anybody who’s occupying this office thinks that whatever’s good for the top 10 banks is automatically good for America. Even bankers shouldn’t want their president to be thinking that way."

~ Barack Obama, em entrevista à Bloomberg Businessweek, edição 27 Junho - 3 Julho, 2016

1 comentário:

  1. Exacto. E é apenas o princípio, e um princípio bem difícil de explicitar


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