Finmin Schaeuble says Germany may pay its full €21.5B contribution to the eurozone's permanent...

|By:, SA News Editor

Finmin Schaeuble says Germany may pay its full €21.5B contribution to the eurozone's permanent rescue fund in 2012, rather than over five years as originally planned. "It is clear that the sooner and the more paid-in capital the ESM has, the more it gains trust on the financial markets," explains Schaeuble. "My priority is to create trust."