Germany won't entertain Barnier's banking-union compromise

10/9/2013 | Reuters

Germany has rejected an idea from EU Internal Market Commissioner Michel Barnier to save a proposed banking union. Legal experts recently said the plan likely would violate EU treaties. Barnier's compromise is to make a resolution authority an interim organisation until its duties can be picked up by the European Stability Mechanism.

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