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Horse-trading begins for Eurogroup chairmanship

Hopefuls include France's Bruno Le Maire, Portugal's Mario Centeno, Spain's Luis de Guindos, Slovakia's Peter Kazimir

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Mr Dijsselbloem is seen by most of his colleagues as a seasoned mediator whose tough style helped strike eleventh hour agreements.

Brussels

AS Jeroen Dijsselbloem's turbulent reign over euro-area finance ministers' meetings comes to an end, horse-trading for his succession between the bloc's countries and political groups is about to heat up.

Following a nearly five-year stint at the helm of the Eurogroup, Mr...

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