European Union finance ministers tackle tax fraud and money-laundering as they wrap up two days of talks on Saturday.
Finance ministers from, France, Pierre Moscovici (3L), Poland, Jacek Rostowski (L), Germany, Wolfgang Schaeuble (2L), Britain, George Osborne (3R), Italy, Vittorio Grilli (2R) and Spain, Luis De Guindos Jurado (R) attend a press conference in Dublin, Ireland on April 12, 2013. After a first day in Dublin focused on eurozone bailout issues, ministers turned to tax laws
After a first day in Dublin focused on eurozone bailout issues -- tougher terms for Cyprus, easier repayments for Ireland and Portugal -- ministers want to flesh out a banking union that sets down the pecking order for creditor losses in future Nicosia-style private-sector "bail-ins".
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