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Germany denies a secret deal has been cooked up between Merkel and France's putative next...

Germany denies a secret deal has been cooked up between Merkel and France's putative next president for a €200B stimulus program. Separately, a spokesman declines to comment on remarks by Eurogroup chief Juncker that he's stepping down because he's fed up with Franco-German interference in management of the debt crisis.
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  • mickmars
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    A 200 billion euro stimulus plan would be a drop in the bucket anyway.

     

    Europe's problems are in the trillions.
    2 May 2012, 10:37 AM Reply Like
  • WMARKW
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    mickmars.....you beat me to the punch. Exactly my thoughts. EU200 billion in stimulus wouldn't put a dent in the 30 million people who aren't working in Spain. Nor would it put a dent in the housing market problems. They gave Greece more than that didn't they?
    2 May 2012, 11:17 AM Reply Like
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