German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, bottom right, speaks with European Commissioner for Internal Market Michel Barnier, second right, and members of various delegations during a meeting of EU finance ministers in Brussels on Tuesday, March 5, 2013. European Union finance ministers were expected Tuesday to give wide political approval to capping bankers' bonuses, with Britain being the only country of the 27-nation bloc staunchly opposing the measure, diplomats said. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)

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German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, bottom right, speaks with European Commissioner for Internal Market Michel Barnier, second right, and members of various delegations during a meeting of  EU finance ministers in Brussels on Tuesday, March 5, 2013. European Union finance ministers were expected Tuesday to give wide political approval to capping bankers' bonuses, with Britain being the only country of the 27-nation bloc staunchly opposing the measure, diplomats said.  (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, bottom right, speaks with European Commissioner for Internal Market Michel Barnier, second right, and members of various delegations during a meeting of EU finance ministers in Brussels on Tuesday, March 5, 2013. European Union finance ministers were expected Tuesday to give wide political approval to capping bankers' bonuses, with Britain being the only country of the 27-nation bloc staunchly opposing the measure, diplomats said. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
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