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Merkel, SPD agree to talk to push for transaction tax
Xinhua | October 31, 2013 10:08
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel (L) arrives for coalition talks at the headquarters of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) in Berlin Oct. 30, 2013. Angela Merkel's conservatives and the SPD agreed in their coalition talks on Wednesday to push for the financial transaction tax (FTT) on a European level. (Xinhua/Zhang Fan) 


 

German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrives for coalition talks at the headquarters of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) in Berlin Oct. 30, 2013. Angela Merkel's conservatives and the SPD agreed in their coalition talks on Wednesday to push for the financial transaction tax (FTT) on a European level. (Xinhua/Zhang Fan)


 

A pedestrian walks past a poster of Germany's Social Democratic Party (SPD) in Berlin, Germany, on Oct. 30, 2013. German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives and the SPD agreed in their coalition talks on Wednesday to push for the financial transaction tax (FTT) on a European level. (Xinhua/Zhang Fan)


 

Sigmar Gabriel, chairman of Germany's Social Democratic Party (SPD), speaks to the media ahead of coalition talks with Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives at the SPD headquarters in Berlin Oct. 30, 2013. Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives and the SPD agreed in their coalition talks on Wednesday to push for the financial transaction tax (FTT) on a European level. (Xinhua/Zhang Fan)


 

German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrives for coalition talks at the headquarters of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) in Berlin Oct. 30, 2013. Angela Merkel's conservatives and the SPD agreed in their coalition talks on Wednesday to push for the financial transaction tax (FTT) on a European level. (Xinhua/Zhang Fan)


 

German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrives for coalition talks at the headquarters of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) in Berlin Oct. 30, 2013. Angela Merkel's conservatives and the SPD agreed in their coalition talks on Wednesday to push for the financial transaction tax (FTT) on a European level. (Xinhua/Zhang Fan)


 

German Chancellor Angela Merkel (L) speaks to Sigmar Gabriel, chairman of the Social Democratic Party (SPD), as she arrives for coalition talks at the SPD headquarters in Berlin Oct. 30, 2013. Angela Merkel's conservatives and the SPD agreed in their coalition talks on Wednesday to push for the financial transaction tax (FTT) on a European level. (Xinhua/Zhang Fan)


 

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