JOHN CLARKE: Well, they can’t pay their debts, Bryan. I mean, Greece owes 160 per cent of what it produces. I mean, the task is a Sisyphean task. It’s rolling a rock up a mountain.
BRYAN DAWE: So Greece is insolvent?
JOHN CLARKE: Bryan, put it this way: if it were a private company, there’d be a fire there on Saturday at about four o’clock in the morning.