German finance minister: ‘I don’t see’ any further eurozone bailouts

“A stronger Europe means that everyone has to do its duty and not to ask for more money by others — that’s the wrong way to get a strong Europe, that’s the wrong incentive.” German FM: Greece needs until 2022 German FM: Eurozone in a better place His comments come ahead of the September 22 election, as Merkel faces a German electorate weary of Europe’s largest economy helping to bail out troubled eurozone nations, whose debt woes have threatened the stability of the currency. Greek unemployment hits record 27.6% Greece, along with three other eurozone countries — Portugal, Ireland and Cyprus — remain dependent on rescue loans from the EU and International Monetary Fund (IMF). The 17-nation eurozone has emerged from its longest ever recession, growing 0.3% in the second quarter after 18 months of contraction. Unemployment rates remain high, but worries that the debt crisis could spread to larger economies such as Spain and Italy — which both saw borrowing costs climb dangerously high last year — have abated.

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But a few weeks into his term, some are having misgivings about the councilman. Galvan had failed to file any of the required campaign finance disclosures for the primary and runoff elections. As his first official action, he hired Gonzalez. And according to public records and interviews, including information from a former roommate, he moved to Compton just in time to run for office.

Think Finance Hires Craig A. Nies as Chief Analytics Officer

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