May 5 (Bloomberg) -- German Deputy Finance Minister Steffen Kampeter rejected the suggestion that Europe’s permanent rescue fund be used to bail out struggling banks, Boersen-Zeitung reported, citing an interview.
Germany remains opposed to the idea, according to the report. He also rejected the introduction of new debt-financed growth plans and calls for Germany to sacrifice higher inflation in the interest of easing the debt crisis, Boersen-Zeitung said.
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