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German minister warns UK faces stiff rules on tax breaks and prolonged EU payments
Pooled resources would be larger than Russia’s, says German finance minister
Claim of ‘no automatic trade-off’ between free movement and single market slapped down
Schäuble would do better to spend more money at home, writes Martin Sandbu
There will be howls of rage, but why should extremists on both sides dictate how the story ends?
German finance minister’s comments underline divisions among EU policymakers
The country’s economists have a quasi-religious fixation on the ‘black zero’, writes Peter Bofinger
Latest debt agreement should keep domestic opposition at bay
If Europe wants to continue to ‘extend and pretend’ so be it. But it should be with their own money
Schäuble wants to delay debt relief until 2018 in response to fund concerns about surplus targets
The monetary union will fail if it is run for the benefit of creditors alone
ECB chief points finger at high-saving Germans in negative rates row
Divisions emerge over response to public outrage at Panama Papers revelations
Business groups say tax disclosure would place companies at a competitive disadvantage
Germany must take responsibility for the woes of its savings sector
German finance minister’s rebuff to IMF highlights growing tensions
Tough response to Panama Papers leak aimed at territories breaching transparency rules
Opponents of unorthodox monetary easing must offer an alternative
Cameron draws support from France and Germany for drive to keep Britain in the EU
The German chancellor faces hostile reception over refugee deal
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