By Paul Taylor BRUSSELS, June 21 (Reuters) - France sought on Thursday to remove a key reference to "free and undistorted" competition from a treaty to reform the European Union, diplomats said. It also sought to add the promotion of economic growth to the missions of the European Central Bank, alongside maintaining price stability in the treaty. As EU leaders debated a negotiating mandate for a treaty to replace the defunct EU constitution, diplomats said Paris' two demands ran ...
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