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Crossover: Bailout for Spain and Portugal in top agenda

07-09-2012 19:01 BJT

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Eurozone Finance Ministers are meeting to flesh out plans to reinforce the single currency on Monday. But experts say their talks in Brussels may do little more than highlight the limitations of last month's deal to help indebted states and banks. Full Story>>

For more on the Eurozone Finance Ministers' meeting, let's cross to our correspondent Jack Barton, who's in Brussels.

Q1: Bailouts for Spain and Portugal will be topping the agenda of today's meeting in Brussels. How much progress is they expected to make?

Q2: The proposed Eurozone banking union will also be a key talking point. Can we expect an idea of how it might actually work?

 

Editor:Bai Yang |Source: CNTV.CN

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