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Latest Michel Barnier Items
European officials proposed Wednesday a new system of financial regulations that aims to keep bank failures from costing taxpayers billions and bankrupting governments.
Members of the European Parliament voted 625-28 in favor of the rules which will cap bankers' short-term cash bonuses from next year, a move that European leaders hope other parts of the world will follow.