By James G. Neuger and Stephanie Bodoni, Bloomberg |
October 8, 2012
European governments set up a full-time 500 billion-euro ($648 billion) fund to aid debt-swamped countries and, not for the first time in the three-year crisis, expressed confidence that the financial muscle won’t be needed anytime soon.
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