Greece, ‘firewalls’ overshadow EU summit

Greece, ‘firewalls’ overshadow EU summit

Brussels : Belgium | Jan 30, 2012 at 5:04 AM PST
Source: MarketWatch
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European leaders hold their first summit of 2012 on Monday, but expectations for any breakthroughs in resolving the long-running debt crisis in the euro zone are low as officials focus on finalizing new fiscal rules while deferring calls to increase the firepower of the region's rescue funds, economists... FULL ARTICLE AT MarketWatch
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