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Newsround: what Monday’s business pages say

The main stories making Monday’s business pages including efforts to solve European debt issues, Ryanair's plans for growth and Sean Gallagher's lead for the Áras

24th October, 2011
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The main stories making Monday’s business pages

* Germany and France have turned on Italy to demand further action to boost demand and reduce its huge debt, as leaders of the eurozone struggled to agree on how to boost their rescue fund to stop contagion in the sovereign debt markets before a Wednesday deadline.

* Relentless growth around the globe and supply chain management problem for Toyota following the Japanese earthquake, mean that Volkswagen...

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