Issuing another warning call for the region’s administrative officials, leading automobile business executives claimed that the government should immediately find some quick solutions against the increasing debt catastrophe uncertainties.
However, all these official statements were made at the occasion of car show organized at Frankfurt, the largest city in the German state of Hesse and the fifth-largest in Germany.
Moreover, the executives further accounted that if the ongoing debt worries continued increasing at a high rate, soon the day will come when the country’s single currency would certainly get fatally disturbed without decisive action.
Sharing his views about the raised monetary concerns, Italy's Fiat and US carmaker Sergio Marchionne said that the present financial troubles should immediately be tackled in a more serious manner because no one can deny the fact that if the problem would be left unanswered then certainly the European crisis would become instable.
He added, "My request to the politicians is even if the medicine's painful and there's a lot of painful medicine out there. We need to apply it quickly and robustly so we can have a sustainable base".
On the other hand, Dieter Zetsche, Daimler's chief further stated that the Greece exclusion should not be harming the euro zone’s truthfulness.