German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, second right, speaks with Spain's Finance Minister Elena Salgado, left, and Dutch Finance Minister Jan Kees De Jager during a round table meeting of the eurogroup at the EU Council building in Brussels on Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2011. The 17 finance ministers of countries that use the euro converged on EU headquarters Tuesday in a desperate bid to save their currency and to protect Europe, the United States, Asia and the rest of the global economy from a debt-induced financial tsunami. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)

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German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, second right, speaks with Spain's Finance Minister Elena Salgado, left, and Dutch Finance Minister Jan Kees De Jager during a round table meeting of the eurogroup at the EU Council building in Brussels on Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2011. The 17 finance ministers of countries that use the euro converged on EU headquarters Tuesday in a desperate bid to save their currency and to protect Europe, the United States, Asia and the rest of the global economy from a debt-induced financial tsunami. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, second right, speaks with Spain's Finance Minister Elena Salgado, left, and Dutch Finance Minister Jan Kees De Jager during a round table meeting of the eurogroup at the EU Council building in Brussels on Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2011. The 17 finance ministers of countries that use the euro converged on EU headquarters Tuesday in a desperate bid to save their currency and to protect Europe, the United States, Asia and the rest of the global economy from a debt-induced financial tsunami. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)
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