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  G20 talks seek eurozone progress  Finance ministers of the G20 group of nations are meeting in Paris to continue talks on solving the eurozone debt crisis   Merkel, Sarkozy huddle as euro struggles  The leaders of Europe's two most important economies meet Tuesday to try to help the battered euro   Sarkozy agrees with Merkel on finance  French President Nicolas Sarkozy said that he and German Chancellor Angela Merkel agree on how to handle Europe's financial woes European banks rescue plan agreed
  Greece Finance Minister: 'Europe comes first'   Yanis Varoufakis seeking to renegotiate Greece's huge debt obligations says his priority is the well-being of all Europeans French 75% tax rate struck down  France's constitutional council has struck down a top income tax rate of 75% introduced by Socialist President Francois Hollande   Sarkozy sets out 'Robin Hood' tax  French President Nicolas Sarkozy has announced plans to introduce a 0.1% levy on financial transactions France, Germany outline fiscal pact


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  Ahead of a key summit, the leaders of France and Germany agreed on a new fiscal pact that they say will help prevent another debt crisis
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Oct.12
  European leaders meeting have agreed a plan to tackle the banking crisis, saying no big institution will be allowed to fail

Oct.11
  The 15 eurozone leaders are to meet to try to establish a common approach to the financial crisis follow up and execute upon a G7 plan
Oct.4 No banks bail-out fund for Europe
  France, Britain, Germany and Italy have agreed to work together to support financial institutions - but without forming a joint bail-out fund
EU leaders meet to discuss credit crisis  European leaders are meeting to discuss their approach to global financial crisis. Sarkozy planned to meet Brown, Merkel, and Berlusconi Jul.25   Obama links NATO troops to U.S. tax cuts  Barack Obama said that persuading NATO allies to contribute more troops to Afghanistan could lead to U.S. troops cuts and help improve the economy Mar.12 Second SocGen employee detained  A second Societe Generale employee has been arrested as part of the probe into a rogue trader scandal at the bank Feb.15 Bosses 'condoned' SocGen trader  A lawyer for Jerome Kerviel accused of massive fraud said bank bosses 'condoned' his client's trades, contradicting bank statements Jan.30 Societe Generale CEO keep jobs  Chairman and chief executive Daniel Bouton will stay on despite massive trading losses of more than $7.2 billion Jan.29 Paris to 'block any Societe bids'  Prime Minister Fillon has said his government will defend stricken bank Societe Generale against any hostile takeover bids from rivals Jan.28 Trader 'concealed deals'  Jerome Kerviel told police he hid his actions to appear like an 'exceptional trader' and to boost his annual bonus Jan.27 Trader 'staked 50bn euros'   Jerome Kerviel, 31, at the centre of a massive fraud case, had gambled around 50bn euros before being uncovered Jan.24 Rogue trader to cost SocGen $7bn
  Bank Societe Generale as uncovered 'massive' fraud by a trader which resulted in a loss of 4.9bn euros


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