German Chancellor Merkel, French President Sarkozy and Italian PM Monti
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France and Germany to propose changes to EU treaty

European shares have fallen for the sixth consecutive session after German Chancellor Angela Merkel renewed her position against changing the role of the European Central Bank to ease the eurozone debt crisis.

The latest fall coincided with a meeting between Italy's new prime Minister with the leaders of France and Germany.

Chris Morris reports.

  • 24 Nov 2011
  • From the section Europe
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