German, French executives appeal to save euro


FRANKFURT, June 21 (Reuters) - Executives from 50 German and French companies including Deutsche Bank , ThyssenKrupp , Lafarge and Michelin launched ads in German and French papers appealing for politicians to save the euro. Ads with a headline "The euro is necessary", signed by executives from a Franco-German commercial lobby group, say a return to a stable euro "will cost billions of euros, but the European Union and our common currency are worth the effort." In the ad, which was ...

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