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Newsround: what Tuesday's business pages say

Plans for EU-wide budget control firm up; mortgage rate cuts loom; Japanese bank cuts exposure to euro zone; the latest on Sean Quinn: these stories and more in the business pages today

29th November, 2011
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* British chancellor to point to £30 billion shortfall in public finances, p.1

* Polish finance minister appeals to Germany to save the euro zone, p.1.

* David Mayhew, chair of JPMorgan Cazenove, is stepping aside, p.1.

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