LONDON, Oct 28 (Reuters) – The German government’s idea for a new European-based credit rating agency comes at a vulnerable time for the tarnished sector but such a body will have to offer more than a copycat service if it is to succeed.
Financial Regulatory Forum
By Gernot Heller and Maria Sheahan
BERLIN/FRANKFURT, Aug 25 (Reuters) – German government officials met with General Motors’ top negotiator on Tuesday, hoping to get answers on why the U.S. carmaker has so far failed to choose a buyer for its European unit, Opel.
BRUSSELS, Aug 5 (Reuters) – The European Commission approved on Wednesday a short-term export-credit insurance scheme adopted by the German government to limit the impact of the financial crisis on export companies. (more…)