FILE - In this Friday May 3, 2013 file photo European Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs Olli Rehn addresses the media at the European Commission headquarters in Brussels. Engineering a financial bailout for Cyprus in March 2013 was such a chaotic process that top European officials say it is time to rethink how the region manages its crisis _ and who should be involved. Officials say the International Monetary Fund, which has contributed financial expertise and billions in emergency loans, may no longer be needed as a key decision-making partner. And they say that the eurozone would be able to make decisions and take action more quickly if it wasn't bound by the need for unanimous agreement among its 17 member countries. (AP Photo/Yves Logghe, File)

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FILE - In this Friday May 3, 2013 file photo European Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs Olli Rehn addresses the media at the European Commission headquarters in Brussels. Engineering a financial bailout for Cyprus in March 2013 was such a chaotic process that top European officials say it is time to rethink how the region manages its crisis _ and who should be involved. Officials say the International Monetary Fund, which has contributed financial expertise and billions in emergency loans, may no longer be needed as a key decision-making partner. And they say that the eurozone would be able to make decisions and take action more quickly if it wasn't bound by the need for unanimous agreement among its 17 member countries. (AP Photo/Yves Logghe, File)
FILE - In this Friday May 3, 2013 file photo European Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs Olli Rehn addresses the media at the European Commission headquarters in Brussels. Engineering a financial bailout for Cyprus in March 2013 was such a chaotic process that top European officials say it is time to rethink how the region manages its crisis _ and who should be involved. Officials say the International Monetary Fund, which has contributed financial expertise and billions in emergency loans, may no longer be needed as a key decision-making partner. And they say that the eurozone would be able to make decisions and take action more quickly if it wasn't bound by the need for unanimous agreement among its 17 member countries. (AP Photo/Yves Logghe, File)
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