Two-Track Banking Rules in EU-Cameron Deal Meet With Skepticism

  • Bundestag's Binding says rule split would damage the bloc
  • Settlement must be approved by EU leaders at summit this month

Separate banking rules for the euro area and non-euro countries, proposed as part of the European Union’s efforts to keep the U.K. in the bloc, were greeted with skepticism by lawmakers from Berlin to Brussels on concerns that they could damage the single market.

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