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Desperate politicians in debt-wracked eurozone countries last week struggled for a way to get Germany and other solvent countries to lend their balance sheets to the weaker members.

26th May, 2012

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**Eurobonds** got another run-out last week as desperate politicians in debt-wracked eurozone countries struggled to find a way to get Germany and the other solvent countries of the common currency to lend their balance sheets to the weaker members. Our own Enda Kenny and Michael Noonan made hopeful noises about the prospect of joint debt issuance prior to the EU leaders' summit in Brussels, but **Angela Merkel** remains a steadfast opponent of...

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