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  • But Ms. Merkel is still balking at the idea of eurobonds, that is, euro-zone government liabilities, with a defined priority, for which there would be joint liability.

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  • In yet another U-turn by France, Sarkozy said there was no case for pooling eurozone debt and issuing collective debt instruments known as eurobonds – a German red line.

    Eurozone warned of credit downgrades after Germany and France strike deal

  • The idea of collective liability, often referred to as "eurobonds," has been floated various times since last year.

    Eurobond Debate Rises in Germany, France

  • "It is our firm conviction that the treaties do not allow joint eurobonds, that is no universal interest rate for all European member states," she said in Berlin.

    Eurozone ministers say there's enough money to handle debt crisis

  • The German newspaper Bild reported Thursday that the Merkel government was inching towards accepting so-called eurobonds, at least in some form, even if the public stance remained against them, and that some of her party said they could be a tradeoff for treaty changes.

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  • Wolfgang Schaeuble told German news magazine Der Spiegel in its edition dated Monday that so-called eurobonds are out of the question as long as the currency zone's 17 nations still run their own fiscal policy.

  • • He rejected the idea of eurobonds as a solution to the debt crisis.

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  • The court also empowered the budget committee to influence the conditions attached to future bailouts, and ruled out any rescue based on pooling national debt - apparently reinforcing German hostility to the notion of so-called eurobonds as a way of solving the debt crisis.

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  • The court also empowered the budget committee to influence the conditions attached to future bailouts, and ruled out any rescue based on pooling national debt - apparently reinforcing German hostility toward the notion of so-called eurobonds as a way of solving the debt crisis.

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  • Commission president José Manuel Barroso is expected to argue strongly for stability bonds, also known as eurobonds, against a backdrop of soaring borrowing costs and shattered confidence around Europe.

    The Guardian World News

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