New debt rules: Berlin calls for refinements

Germany rejects the EU Commission’s proposals for a reform of European debt rules for the time being. They do not yet meet the requirements of the German government, Finance Minister Christian Lindner said Wednesday. “Significant adjustments are still needed.” Progress is nevertheless discernible, which is why further debate will be worthwhile, Lindner said. Germany could not support a softening of the debt rules, he added.

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