EU Finance Ministers try to bolster euro

European Union finance ministers on Tuesday 7 June attended a summit in Luxembourg and admitted the continuing fallout from the crisis surrounding the rejection of the EU's constitution had an economic impact.

"It's true that at first sight the current state of Europe doesn't inspire confidence either amongst domestic consumers or foreign investors who are looking at us from afar and are finding it more and more difficult to understand," Luxembourg Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker, who hosted

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