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Sarkozy Rival Says He'd Be Tougher With Bailouts

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France is part of the dual engine driving Europe out of its crisis. And the French are about to change their conductor, as French President Nicolas Sarkozy is expected to lose his re-election bid this spring. What does it mean for Europe? Francois Hollande, Sarkozy's rival, says he would change the French role in the European crisis management.
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