The Gold Report: If we were to solve the economic crisis, would that solve the banking crisis?
Marc Faber: In my view, the European economy will not suddenly recover. It has too
many structural problems. One way that the so-called "banking crisis"
could be resolved, though, is to let inflation rates rise. Asset prices
would then shoot up, and loan portfolios would be better covered. But I
do not really think that inflation is the solution.