Prosecutors in France have decided not to appeal the verdict in the case against Jean-Claude Trichet.
The move clears the way for the Bank of France governor to succeed Wim Duisenberg as president of the European Central Bank later this year.
The public prosecutor's office in Paris today said it would not appeal yesterday's decision to acq
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