Brussels stands by legal threat over pact row

Gerassimos Thomas, spokesman for EU monetary affairs commissioner Pedro Solbes, has said that the European Commission's position has not changed on the ECOFIN decision to postpone any sanctions against Germany and France for breaking the stability and growth pact's deficit limits. He said the option of legal action being taken against EU governments remained a possibility.

Source: AFP

The European Commission insisted it could still take legal action against EU governments in a row over a decision

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