Europe's challenges in stemming the debt crisis were underscoredby snags over collateral to underpin Greece's rescue loans andGerman objections to altering European treaties.

European finance officials are unlikely to reach a collateraldeal today in their monthly meeting to clear the way for Greece'snext 109 billion-euro ($151 billion) package, Finnish FinanceMinister Jutta Urpilainen said.

“We're going to negotiate about it, but unfortunately I don'tsee that we can find a solution” today, Urpilainen told reportersbefore a meeting of European finance ministers in Wroclaw,Poland.

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