German stance widens the dispute over how to deal with Europes sovereign debt crisis.
By Jeff Black, Bloomberg|August 20, 2012 at 04:57 AM
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Germany’s Bundesbank stepped up its criticism of the European Central Bank’s plan to embark on potentially “unlimited” government bond purchases, widening a rift over how to tackle the sovereign debt crisis.
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