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Not so direct

27 February 2013 By Olaf Storbeck

The founding treaty of the euro zone’s bailout fund must be amended before it can directly recapitalise banks. Germany is reluctant, and its electoral climate doesn’t make things easier. But the questions it has raised about the current plan are serious, and should be dealt with.

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