France and Germany reject euro bond
Tuesday 14 December 2010 - by Nicola York
Germany has spoken out in defence of the euro saying it is "part of our future" and again rejected calls to boost the euro rescue fund.
Sarkozy said only when there is greater harmonisation in economic, fiscal and budgetary policy will he be prepared to discuss euro bonds.
Both leaders said they will attempt to harmonise their taxation systems and will be a "good example" for Europe.
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