Eurozone: Dutch finance minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem has put himself forward to take over from Luxembourg's Jean-Claude Juncker as chair of the grouping of eurozone finance ministers, the Eurogroup.
Dijsselbloem's office confirmed to Centralbanking.com that the minister would be a candidate for the role. The next meeting of the Eurogroup is on Monday, January 21, where he could be confirmed as Juncker's successor.
Reports said Germany, Finland and the incumbent from Luxembourg had already pledge
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