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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

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


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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