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14 Mar 2011 By Pierre Briancon

The euro bailout fund becomes more flexible and Greece gets a reduced interest rate on its emergency loans. But Ireland may have to compromise on corporate tax. Germany’s mix of intransigence and concessions has helped the euro zone reach an unexpected, if somewhat fragile, deal.

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