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Germany rules out euro bonds debt deal

Germany has said that it is ruling out euro bonds - a debt shared across the eurozone in an effort to stabilise the debt crisis.

The bonds would allow countries to borrow as a single entity, spreading the risk, but also possibly raising the cost of borrowing for Europe's more successful economies.

Julia Caesar reports.

  • 15 Aug 2011
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