“Squabbling among European governments over the next steps needed to overcome the region’s sovereign debt crisis raised the specter of renewed turmoil as last week’s market rally eased pressure to forge a common path.
A Sept. 14 European Union finance ministers meeting in the Cypriot capital of Nicosia deadlocked over the timetable for a more unified EU banking sector, with a German-led coalition pushing back against a more ambitious plan sought by France, Spain and Italy. The ministers also bickered over the terms of bailout requests and the role of the European Central Bank.”
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