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GERMANY-POLITICS/
RTXQ202
October 27, 2009
Germany's former labour minister Walther Riester (R) and finance minister Hans Eichel of the Social Democratic...
Berlin, Germany
Germany's former labour minister Riester and finance minister Eichel attend constitutional meeting of...
Germany's former labour minister Walther Riester (R) and finance minister Hans Eichel of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) attend the constitutional meeting of Germany's lower house of parliament, Bundestag, in Berlin, October 27, 2009. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY POLITICS)
GERMANY/
RTXD80C
March 26, 2009
German Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck (R) talks with his predecessor Hans Eichel during a session...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Steinbrueck talks with his predecessor Eichel during a session at the German...
German Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck (R) talks with his predecessor Hans Eichel during a session at the German lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin, March 26, 2009. On Thursday German Chancellor Angela Merkel gave a government declaration in the Bundestag on the upcoming Nato-summit in April. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY POLITICS)
GERMANY/
RTR1KE2Z
December 14, 2006
Former German Finance Minister Hans Eichel makes a speech during a debate at the German lower house of...
Berlin, Germany
Former German Finance Minister Eichel makes a speech during a debate at the German Bundestag in Berlin...
Former German Finance Minister Hans Eichel makes a speech during a debate at the German lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin December 14, 2006. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTR1BIXL
November 23, 2005
Newly appointed German Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck (L) and his predecessor Hans Eichel arrive for...
Berlin, Germany
Newly appointed German Finance Minister Steinbrueck and his predecessor Eichel arrive for a statement...
Newly appointed German Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck (L) and his predecessor Hans Eichel arrive for a statement in Berlin November 23, 2005. Steinbrueck, who was sworn in yesterday, said in a magazine interview published on Wednesday that Germany has no chance of balancing its general government budget before the end of the current parliament in 2009. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz
GERMANY
RTR1B57V
November 16, 2005
Outgoing German Finance Minister Hans Eichel of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) wipes tears from his...
Karlsruhe, Germany
Outgoing German Finance Minister Hans Eichel of the Social Democratic Party wipes tears from his eyes...
Outgoing German Finance Minister Hans Eichel of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) wipes tears from his eyes after being presented with flowers at the end of the three-day SPD meeting in Karlsruhe November 16, 2005. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GERMANY
RTR1B0RB
November 15, 2005
Outgoing Finance Minister Hans Eichel stands on the podium before the start of the second day of Germany's...
Karlsruhe, Germany
Outgoing Finance Minister Eichel stands on the podium before SPD party convention in Karlsruhe
Outgoing Finance Minister Hans Eichel stands on the podium before the start of the second day of Germany's Social Democratic Party (SPD) party convention in the southern German town of Karlsruhe November 15, 2005. REUTERS/Alex Grimm
GERMANY
RTR1ANS9
November 09, 2005
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement (front) leads a group of economic advisors...
Berlin, Germany
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Clement arrives for a news conference in Berlin
Outgoing German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement (front) leads a group of economic advisors to a news conference at the federal Chancellery in Berlin November 9, 2005. Clement is follwed by (R-L): Wolfgang Wiegard, Bert Ruerup, German Finance Minister Hans Eichel, Wolfgang Franz, German Health Minister Ulla Schmidt and Beatrice Weder di Mauro. Clement received the 2005/2006 survey for Germany's economy that was published by the German government's council of independent advisors on Wednesday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTR1ANH6
November 09, 2005
Outgoing German Finance Minister Hans Eichel and outgoing German Defence Minister Peter Struck (L) pose...
Berlin, Germany
Outgoing German Finance Minister Eichel and outgoing German Defence Minister Struck pose with a huge...
Outgoing German Finance Minister Hans Eichel and outgoing German Defence Minister Peter Struck (L) pose with a giant special edition stamp of Deutsche Post in Berlin November 9, 2005. Eichel and Struck presented the new stamp that marks the 50th anniversary of Germany's armed forces Bundeswehr. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTR1AMLJ
November 09, 2005
Outgoing German Defence Minister Peter Struck looks on during the presentation of a new stamp by outgoing...
Berlin, Germany
Outgoing German Finance Minister Hans Eichel sits beside outgoing German Defence Minister Peter Struck...
Outgoing German Defence Minister Peter Struck looks on during the presentation of a new stamp by outgoing German Finance Minister Hans Eichel (rear) in Berlin November 9, 2005. Eichel and Struck presented a new special edition stamp of the Deutsche Post that marks the 50th anniversary of Germany's armed forces Bundeswehr. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
ECONOMY EU
RTR1AIUT
November 08, 2005
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel (L) talks to his Swedish counterpart Par Nuder at the start of a...
Brussels, Belgium
German Finance Minister Eichel talks to Swedish counterpart Nuder in Brussels
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel (L) talks to his Swedish counterpart Par Nuder at the start of a EU finance ministers meeting in Brussels, November 8, 2005. Finance ministers from the 25 European Union nations met in Brussels on Tuesday to discuss regulation, Hungarian finances, VAT and impact of the EU sugar reform. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
ECONOMY EU
RTR1AENH
November 07, 2005
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel (L) is hugged by his Spanish counterpart Pedro Solbes at the start...
Brussels, Belgium
German Finance Minister Eichel is hugged by his Spanish counterpart Solbes in Brussels
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel (L) is hugged by his Spanish counterpart Pedro Solbes at the start of an Eurogroup finance ministers meeting in Brussels November 7, 2005. REUTERS/Thierry Roge
GERMANY
RTXNW8K
October 18, 2005
German President Horst Koehler (3rd R) and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (3rd L) pose for a cabinet...
Berlin, Germany
German President Horst Koehler (3rd R) and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (3rd L) pose for a ca.....
German President Horst Koehler (3rd R) and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (3rd L) pose for a cabinet family photo session after handing over the suspension certificates at the presidential residence in Berlin October 18, 2005. The Ministers are (front row L-R) Otto Schily (Interior), Joschka Fischer (Foreign), Brigitte Zypries (Justice) and Peter Struck (Defence). Back row (L-R) Minister Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul (Overseas Development), Ulla Schmidt (Health), Renate Schmidt (Family), Wolfgang Clement (Labour and Economy), Hans Eichel (Finance), Manfred Stolpe (Transport and Construction), Juergen Trittin (Environment), and Edelgard Bulmahn (Education).
GERMANY
RTR19N3W
October 18, 2005
German President Horst Koehler (3rd R) and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (3rd L) pose for a cabinet...
Berlin, Germany
German President Koehler poses with German Chancellor Schroeder and member of his cabinet at presidential...
German President Horst Koehler (3rd R) and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (3rd L) pose for a cabinet family photo session after handing over suspension certificates at the presidential residence in Berlin October 18, 2005. The Ministers are (First row L-R) Otto Schily (Interior), Joschka Fischer (Foreign), Brigitte Zypries (Justice) and Peter Struck (Defence). Second row (L-R) Minister Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul (Overseas Development), Ulla Schmidt (Health), Renate Schmidt (Family), Wolfgang Clement (Labour and Economy), Hans Eichel (Finance), Manfred Stolpe (Transport and Construction), Juergen Trittin (Environment), and Edelgard Bulmahn (Education). REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY
RTR19N3Q
October 18, 2005
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder ( 2nd L) and his cabinet ministers (L-R) Joschka Fischer (foreign),...
Berlin, Germany
German Chancellor Schroeder and his cabinet listens to the speech of German President Koehler in Berlin...
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder ( 2nd L) and his cabinet ministers (L-R) Joschka Fischer (foreign), Otto Schily (interior), Brigitte Zypries (justice), Hans Eichel (finance), Wolfgang Clement (labour and economy), Renate Schmidt (family), Peter Struck (defence), Ulla Schmidt (health), Edelgard Bulmahn (education), Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul (overseas development), Manfred Stolpe (transport and construction) and Juergen Trittin (environment) and Manfred Stolpe listen to the speech of German President Horst Koehler (L) before receiving their suspension certificates in at the presidential residence in Berlin October 18, 2005. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY
RTR19N3K
October 18, 2005
German President Horst Koehler salutes German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder during a family photo session...
Berlin, Germany
German President Koehler salutes German Chancellor Schroeder during a cabinet family picture session...
German President Horst Koehler salutes German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder during a family photo session with outgoing Social Democratic Party (SPD) and Green Party cabinet members after presenting them with suspension certificates at the presidential residence in Berlin October 18, 2005. The Ministers are (front row L-R) Otto Schily (Interior), Joschka Fischer (Foreign), Brigitte Zypries (Justice) and Peter Struck (Defence). (Back row L-R) Minister Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul (Overseas Development), Ulla Schmidt (Health) Renate Schmidt (Family), Wolfgang Clement (Labour and Economy), Hans Eichel (Finance), Juergen Trittin (Environment), Manfred Stolpe (Transport and Construction) and Edelgard Bulmahn (Education). REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz
GERMANY
RTR19N1V
October 18, 2005
German President Horst Koehler (3rd R) and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (3rd L) pose for a cabinet...
Berlin, Germany
German President Koehler and German Chancellor Schroeder pose for a cabinet family photo session after...
German President Horst Koehler (3rd R) and German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (3rd L) pose for a cabinet family photo session after handing over the suspension certificates at the presidential residence in Berlin October 18, 2005. The Ministers are (front row L-R) Otto Schily (Interior), Joschka Fischer (Foreign), Brigitte Zypries (Justice) and Peter Struck (Defence). Back row (L-R) Minister Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul (Overseas Development), Ulla Schmidt (Health), Renate Schmidt (Family), Wolfgang Clement (Labour and Economy), Hans Eichel (Finance), Manfred Stolpe (Transport and Construction), Juergen Trittin (Environment), and Edelgard Bulmahn (Education). REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz
GERMANY
RTR19N1I
October 18, 2005
German President Horst Koehler (front) directs German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, Foreign Minister...
Berlin, Germany
German President Koehler directs German Chancellor Schroeder and ministers for a group picture in Berlin...
German President Horst Koehler (front) directs German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer, Interior Minister Otto Schilly, Finance Minister Hans Eichel and Minister for Labour and Economy Wolfgang Clement for a group picture after presenting them with their suspension certificates at the presidential residence in Berlin October 18, 2005. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY
RTR19C93
October 13, 2005
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel is on his way to a party executive meeting of the German Social Democratic...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel is on his way to a party executive meeting of the SPD in Berlin
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel is on his way to a party executive meeting of the German Social Democratic Party (SPD) in Berlin October 13, 2005. Eichel said on Thursday former North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) state premier Peer Steinbrueck, 58, will replace him in a planned coalition government. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY
RTR19C4R
October 13, 2005
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses the media before a meeting of the Social Democratic Party...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel addresses the media before a meeting of the SPD parliamentary group in...
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses the media before a meeting of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) parliamentary group in Berlin October 13, 2005. Eichel said on Thursday former North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) State Premier Peer Steinbrueck, 58, will replace him in a planned coalition government. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTR19BZI
October 13, 2005
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses the media before a meeting of the Social Democratic Party...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel addresses the media before a SPD party executive meeting in Berlin
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses the media before a meeting of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) executive in Berlin October 13, 2005. Eichel said on Thursday former North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) State Premier Peer Steinbrueck, 58, will replace him in a planned coalition government. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTR19BZ2
October 13, 2005
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses the media before a meeting of the Social Democratic Party...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel addresses the media before a SPD party executive meeting in Berlin
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses the media before a meeting of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) executive in Berlin October 13, 2005. Eichel said on Thursday former North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) State Premier Peer Steinbrueck, 58, will replace him in a planned coalition government. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
ECONOMY EU GERMANY
RTR194VK
October 10, 2005
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel (L) talks with European Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner...
Brussels, Belgium
German Finance Minister Eichel talks with European Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Almunia...
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel (L) talks with European Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Joaquin Almunia at the start of an Eurogroup finance ministers meeting in Luxembourg October 10, 2005. Eichel said on Monday he believed that the European Union would give Germany until 2007 to bring its budget deficit back within EU limits. REUTERS/Christophe Karaba
GERMANY
RTRPOWM
September 28, 2005
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder checks his watch as he walks past Economics and Labour Minister Wolfgang...
Berlin, Germany
German Chancellor Schroeder walks past Economic and Labour Minister Clement and Finance Minister Eichel...
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder checks his watch as he walks past Economics and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement and Finance Minister Hans Eichel (L-R) during a debate at the German lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin September 28, 2005. German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder expressed confidence on Tuesday that his party would forge a power-sharing agreement with Angela Merkel's conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and end the country's damaging political deadlock. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY ELECTION
RTROWBZ
September 21, 2005
German Minister for Economic and Labour Clement, Defence Minister Struck and Finance Minister Eichel...
Berlin, Germany
German Minister for Economic and Labour Clement, Defence Minister Struck and Finance Minister ...
German Minister for Economic and Labour Clement, Defence Minister Struck and Finance Minister Eichel arrive to the weekly cabinet meeting in Berlin. German Minister for Economic and Labour Wolfgang Clement, Defence Minister Peter Struck and Finance Minister Hans Eichel (L-R) arrive for the weekly cabinet meeting in Berlin September 21, 2005,, the first after the general elections. A senior member of Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder's Social Democrats (SPD) said on Tuesday a coalition of opposition conservatives and SPD might be possible without the man who has led Germany for the past seven years. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY ELECTION
RTRKDG5
August 13, 2005
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) gives thumbs up beside leading party members (2R-L) Wolfgang...
Hanover, Germany
German Chancellor Schroeder waves beside leading party members during election campaign rally in Hanover....
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) gives thumbs up beside leading party members (2R-L) Wolfgang Juettner, Franz Muentefering, Brigitte Zypries, Hans Eichel, Edelgard Bulmahn, Renate Schmidt, Matthias Platzeck, Manfred Stolpe, Gerd Andres, Otto Schilly, Chancellor Schroeder's wife Doris Schroeder-Koepf and Klaus Uwe Benneter during an election campaign rally in Hanover August 13, 2005. The German Social Democrats Party (SPD) campaigns for the upcoming General elections due on September 18, 2005. REUTERS/Christian Charisius CHA/CVI
GERMANY
RTRK32E
August 10, 2005
German Economy and Labour Minister Clement enjoys a cup of tea as Construction and Transport Minister...
Berlin, Germany
German Economy and Labour Minister Clement enjoys a cup of tea as Construction and Transport ...
German Economy and Labour Minister Clement enjoys a cup of tea as Construction and Transport Minister Stolpe talks to Finance Minister Eichel before a weekly cabinet in Berlin. German Economy and Labour Minister Wolfgang Clement (R) enjoys a cup of tea as Construction and Transport Minister Manfred Stolpe (C) talks to Finance Minister Hans Eichel before a weekly cabinet meeting at the Chancellery in Berlin August 10, 2005. Justice Minister Brigitte Zypries (2R) and Interior Minister Otto Schily are seen in the background. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTRIOCA
July 25, 2005
German Finance Minister Eichel arrives with his girlfriend Gabriela Wolff for the opening performance...
Bayreuth, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel arrives with his girlfriend Gabriela Wolff for the opening ...
German Finance Minister Eichel arrives with his girlfriend Gabriela Wolff for the opening performance of the world famous Wagner opera festival in Bayreuth. German Finance Minister Hans Eichel (R) arrives with his girlfriend Gabriela Wolff for the opening performance of the world famous Wagner opera festival in the northern Bavarian town of Bayreuth, July 25, 2005. Eichel will marry Wolff in a private ceremony in Kassel on the weekend, German media reported. Picture taken July 25, 2005. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
GERMANY
RTRIOBV
July 25, 2005
German Finance Minister Eichel arrives with his girlfriend Gabriela Wolff for the opening performance...
Bayreuth, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel arrives with his girlfriend Gabriela Wolff for the opening ...
German Finance Minister Eichel arrives with his girlfriend Gabriela Wolff for the opening performance of the world famous Wagner opera festival in Bayreuth. German Finance Minister Hans Eichel (R) arrives with his girlfriend Gabriela Wolff for the opening performance of the world famous Wagner opera festival in the northern Bavarian town of Bayreuth, July 25, 2005. Eichel will marry Wolff in a private ceremony in Kassel on the weekend, German media reported. Picture taken July 25, 2005. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
GERMANY
RTRIOAZ
July 25, 2005
German Finance Minister Eichel arrives with his girlfriend Gabriela Wolff for the opening performance...
Bayreuth, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel arrives with his girlfriend Gabriela Wolff for the opening ...
German Finance Minister Eichel arrives with his girlfriend Gabriela Wolff for the opening performance of the world famous Wagner opera festival in Bayreuth. German Finance Minister Hans Eichel (R) arrives with his girlfriend Gabriela Wolff for the opening performance of the world famous Wagner opera festival in the northern Bavarian town of Bayreuth, July 25, 2005. Eichel will marry Wolff in a private ceremony in Kassel on the weekend, German media reported. Picture taken July 25, 2005. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
ECONOMY GERMANY BUDGET EU
RTRHEFQ
July 13, 2005
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses a news conference in Berlin July 13, 2005. Germany could...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses a news conference in Berlin.
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses a news conference in Berlin July 13, 2005. Germany could respect European Union budget deficit rules again in 2007 if it made a big effort to cut tax subsidies,Eichel said on Wednesday in a statement on his draft 2006 budget. REUTERS/Michael Dalder MAD/CVI
ECONOMY GERMANY BUDGET EU
RTRHEFB
July 13, 2005
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses a news conference in Berlin, July 13, 2005. Germany could...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses a news conference in Berlin.
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses a news conference in Berlin, July 13, 2005. Germany could respect European Union budget deficit rules again in 2007 if it made a big effort to cut tax subsidies, Finance Minister Hans Eichel said on Wednesday in a statement on his draft 2006 budget. REUTERS/Michael Dalder MAD/CVI
ECONOMY GERMANY BUDGET EU
RTRHEDY
July 13, 2005
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses a news conference in Berlin July 13, 2005. Germany could...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses a news conference in Berlin.
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses a news conference in Berlin July 13, 2005. Germany could respect European Union budget deficit rules again in 2007 if it made a big effort to cut tax subsidies,Eichel said on Wednesday in a statement on his draft 2006 budget. REUTERS/Michael Dalder MAD/AA
ECONOMY GERMANY BUDGET EU
RTRHECI
July 13, 2005
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses a news conference in Berlin July 13, 2005. Germany could...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses a news conference in Berlin.
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses a news conference in Berlin July 13, 2005. Germany could respect European Union budget deficit rules again in 2007 if it made a big effort to cut tax subsidies,Eichel said on Wednesday in a statement on his draft 2006 budget. REUTERS/Michael Dalder MAD/AA
ECONOMY GERMANY BUDGET EU
RTRHECC
July 13, 2005
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses a news conference in Berlin July 13, 2005. Germany could...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses a news conference in Berlin.
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses a news conference in Berlin July 13, 2005. Germany could respect European Union budget deficit rules again in 2007 if it made a big effort to cut tax subsidies, Eichel said on Wednesday in a statement on his draft 2006 budget. Slogan in background reads federal'. REUTERS/Michael Dalder MAD/AA
EUROPE ECOFIN
RTRH8RA
July 12, 2005
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel arrives to attend a European Union finance ministers meeting in Brussels...
Brussels, Belgium
German FM Eichel attends EU meeting, Brussels.
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel arrives to attend a European Union finance ministers meeting in Brussels July 12, 2005. Britain's Gordon Brown took up a controversial role at the helm of the EU economy on Tuesday as fellow finance minsters yet again cut their growth forecasts for the 12-nation euro zone due to surging world oil prices. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir FLR/mk
ECONOMY EU
RTRH6RQ
July 11, 2005
Germany's Finance Minister Eichel smiles with Luxembourg's PM Juncker at a euro zone finance ministers'...
Brussels, Belgium
Germany's Finance Minister Eichel smiles with Luxembourg's PM Juncker at a euro zone finance ...
Germany's Finance Minister Eichel smiles with Luxembourg's PM Juncker at a euro zone finance ministers' meeting in Brussels. Germany's Finance Minister Hans Eichel (L) smiles with Luxembourg's Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker at the start of a euro zone finance ministers' meeting in Brussels July 11, 2005. Apart from debating high budget deficits in Portugal as well as Italy, the euro zone's 12 ministers will discuss on Monday evening high oil prices, the euro's exchange rate, growth divergence in the euro zone and, possibly, how to better present their views to the European Central Bank. REUTERS/Yves Herman
ECONOMY EU
RTRH6OA
July 11, 2005
German Finance Minister Eichel talks to Italian Economy Minister Siniscalco at a euro zone finance ministers'...
Brussels, Belgium
German Finance Minister Eichel talks to Italian Economy Minister Siniscalco at a euro zone finance ......
German Finance Minister Eichel talks to Italian Economy Minister Siniscalco at a euro zone finance ministers' meeting in Brussels. German Finance Minister Hans Eichel (L) talks to Italian Economy Minister Domenico Siniscalco at the start of a euro zone finance ministers' meeting in Brussels July 11, 2005. Apart from debating high budget deficits in Portugal as well as Italy, the euro zone's 12 ministers will discuss on Monday evening high oil prices, the euro's exchange rate, growth divergence in the euro zone and, possibly, how to better present their views to the European Central Bank. REUTERS/Yves Herman
ECONOMY GERMANY BUDGET
RTRFZNI
June 30, 2005
German Finance Minister Eichel talks to Bavarian Finance Minister Faltlhauser ahead to the Germanys Financial...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel talks to Bavarian Finance Minister Faltlhauser ahead to the Germanys ......
German Finance Minister Eichel talks to Bavarian Finance Minister Faltlhauser ahead to the Germanys Financial Planing Council in Berlin. German Finance Minister Hans Eichel (R) talks to Bavarian Finance Minister Kurt Faltlhauser before Germanys Financial Planing Council, in Berlin June 30, 2005. Germanys 2005 budget deficit is expected to hit four percent of gross domestic product (GDP) rather than the 2.9 percent targeted by Berlin, according to state finance ministry sources on Thursday. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY
RTREFZW
June 15, 2005
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel presents a new 10 euro special edition coin and a German 55 euro...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel presents special edition stamp and coin in Berlin.
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel presents a new 10 euro special edition coin and a German 55 euro cents special edition stamp commemorating the the 100th anniversary of the publication of late German-born physicist Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity in Berlin June 15, 2005. The stamp and the coin will be available in July 2005. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann AKW/AA
GERMANY
RTREE7G
June 14, 2005
German Finance Minister Eichel talks to German opposition leader Merkel of the CDU, Prime Minister of...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel talks to German opposition leader Merkel of the CDU, Prime Minister ......
German Finance Minister Eichel talks to German opposition leader Merkel of the CDU, Prime Minister of Hesse state Koch and Gerhardt in Berlin. (L-R) German Finance Minister Hans Eichel talks to German opposition leader Angela Merkel of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), Prime Minister of Hesse state Roland Koch and Wolfgang Gerhardt, parliamentary faction leader of Germany's liberal Free Democratic Party during the summer party of the Hesse state in their Berlin mission June 14, 2005. Merkel is the conservative candidate for Chancellor for a likely mid-September vote. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY
RTRE78S
June 13, 2005
Finance Minister Eichel and fellow party members Schroeder, Muentefering and Benneter smile before a...
Berlin, Germany
Finance Minister Eichel and fellow party members Schroeder, Muentefering and Benneter smile before ......
Finance Minister Eichel and fellow party members Schroeder, Muentefering and Benneter smile before a meeting in Berlin. German Finance Minister Hans Eichel and his fellow party members German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, SPD chairman Franz Muentefering and secretary general Klaus Uwe Benneter (LtoR) smile before a meeting of the party executive of the German Social Democratic Party (SPD) in Berlin June 13, 2005. In a flurry of pre-summit diplomacy, British Prime Minister Tony Blair will meet Chancellor Schroeder in Berlin on Monday before a potentially decisive showdown in Paris on Tuesday with French President Jacques Chirac. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
BRITAIN
RTRE0XJ
June 10, 2005
Germany's Finance Minister Hans Eichel arrives at Lancaster House in London to meet G8 finance ministers...
London, UK
Germany's Finance Minister Eichel arrives at Lancaster House in London to meet G8 finance ministers.
Germany's Finance Minister Hans Eichel arrives at Lancaster House in London to meet G8 finance ministers on June 10, 2005. Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown said on Friday that he expected the world's richest countries would make progress on a debt relief package. REUTERS/Stephen Hird SH/JD
EU FINANCE
RTRDMG7
June 07, 2005
German Finance Minister Eichel and Deputy Finance Minister Koch-Weser read newspaper at EU finance ministers'...
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
German Finance Minister Eichel and Deputy Finance Minister Koch-Weser read newspaper at EU ...
German Finance Minister Eichel and Deputy Finance Minister Koch-Weser read newspaper at EU finance ministers' meeting in Luxembourg. Germany's Finance Minister Hans Eichel (2nd R) and Deputy Finance Minister Caio Koch-Weser (L) read a newspaper at the start of a European Union (EU) finance ministers' meeting in Luxembourg June 7, 2005. EU finance ministers stepped up efforts to end a row over the EU's long-term budget on Tuesday, determined to shore up confidence in the bloc after its constitution was rejected in two referendums last week. REUTERS/Christophe Karaba
EU FINANCE
RTRDMFQ
June 07, 2005
German Finance Minister Eichel talks to Britains's Chancellor of the Exchequer Brown at EU finance ministers'...
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
German Finance Minister Eichel talks to Britains's Chancellor of the Exchequer Brown at EU ...
German Finance Minister Eichel talks to Britains's Chancellor of the Exchequer Brown at EU finance ministers' meeting in Luxembourg. Germany's Finance Minister Hans Eichel (L) talks to Britains's Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown at the start of a European Union (EU) finance ministers' meeting in Luxembourg June 7, 2005. European finance ministers stepped up efforts to end a row over the EU's long-term budget on Tuesday, determined to shore up confidence in the bloc after its constitution was rejected in two referendums last week. REUTERS/Christophe Karaba
EU EUROGROUP
RTRDJXX
June 06, 2005
Italian Economy Minister Domenico Siniscalco (L) talks to German Finance Minister Hans Eichel at the...
Luxembourg, Belgium
Italian Economy Minister Siniscalco talks to German Finance Minister Eichel in Luxembourg.
Italian Economy Minister Domenico Siniscalco (L) talks to German Finance Minister Hans Eichel at the start of a euro zone finance ministers' meeting in Luxembourg June 6, 2005. European finance ministers came under pressure at talks on Monday to assert their commitment to deficit control and the euro following the rejection of the new EU constitution by voters in France and the Netherlands. REUTERS/Christophe Karaba
EU EUROGROUP
RTRDJXF
June 06, 2005
French Finance Minister Thierry Breton (L) talks to his German counterpart Hans Eichel at the start of...
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
French Finance Minister Breton talks to his German counterpart Eichel in Luxembourg.
French Finance Minister Thierry Breton (L) talks to his German counterpart Hans Eichel at the start of a euro zone finance ministers' meeting in Luxembourg June 6, 2005. European finance ministers came under pressure at talks on Monday to assert their commitment to deficit control and the euro following the rejection of the new EU constitution by voters in France and the Netherlands. REUTERS/Christophe Karaba YH/MK
GERMANY
RTRD5W0
June 02, 2005
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel gives a speech at the German lower house of parliament Bundestag...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel makes gives a speech at the Bundestag in Berlin.
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel gives a speech at the German lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin June 2, 2005. The large majority of European Union member states support plans to develop a common corporate tax base in the bloc, Finance Minister Hans Eichel said on Thursday. REUTERS/Maxie Goetze TOB/MAD
GERMANY
RTRD5ME
June 02, 2005
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel (R) rushes to the lectern before his speech at the German lower house...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel rushes to the lectern before his speech at the Bundestag in Berlin....
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel (R) rushes to the lectern before his speech at the German lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin June 2, 2005. The large majority of European Union member states support plans to develop a common corporate tax base in the bloc, Finance Minister Hans Eichel said on Thursday. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz TOB/MAD
GERMANY
RTRD5LZ
June 02, 2005
German Finance Minister Eichel talks to SPD chairman Muentefering before of a session of the Bundestag...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel talks to SPD chairman Muentefering before of a session of the ...
German Finance Minister Eichel talks to SPD chairman Muentefering before of a session of the Bundestag in Berlin. German Finance Minister Hans Eichel talks to Franz Muentefering (R), chairman of Germany's Social Democratic Party (SPD) before of a session of the German lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin June 2, 2005. The large majority of European Union member states support plans to develop a common corporate tax base in the bloc, Finance Minister Hans Eichel said on Thursday. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz
GERMANY
RTRD5LQ
June 02, 2005
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel gives speech at the German lower house of parliament Bundestag in...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel gives a speech at the Bundestag in Berlin.
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel gives speech at the German lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin June 2, 2005. The large majority of European Union member states support plans to develop a common corporate tax base in the bloc, Finance Minister Hans Eichel said on Thursday. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz TOB/MAD
GERMANY
RTRD5LJ
June 02, 2005
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel gives speech at the German lower house of parliament Bundestag in...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel gives a speech at the Bundestag in Berlin.
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel gives speech at the German lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin June 2, 2005. The large majority of European Union member states support plans to develop a common corporate tax base in the bloc, Finance Minister Hans Eichel said on Thursday. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz TOB/MAD
GERMANY
RTRD5LB
June 02, 2005
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel gives speech at the German lower house of parliament Bundestag in...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel gives a speech at the Bundestag in Berlin.
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel gives speech at the German lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin June 2, 2005. The large majority of European Union member states support plans to develop a common corporate tax base in the bloc, Finance Minister Hans Eichel said on Thursday. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz TOB/MAD
GERMANY
RTRCYLN
May 31, 2005
German Finance Minister Eichel, Transport Minister Stolpe and Defence Minister Struck chat at the Bundestag...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel, Transport Minister Stolpe and Defence Minister Struck chat at the ......
German Finance Minister Eichel, Transport Minister Stolpe and Defence Minister Struck chat at the Bundestag in Berlin. German Finance Minister Hans Eichel, Defence Minister Peter Struck and Transport Minister Manfred Stolpe (L-R) chat at the German lower house of parliament, Bundestag in Berlin May 31, 2005. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz
GERMANY
RTRCYJ9
May 31, 2005
German Finance Minister Eichel Transport Minister Stolpe and Defence Minister Struck chat at the Bundestag...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel Transport Minister Stolpe and Defence Minister Struck chat at the ...
German Finance Minister Eichel Transport Minister Stolpe and Defence Minister Struck chat at the Bundestag in Berlin. German Finance Minister Hans Eichel, Defence Minister Peter Struck and Transport Minister Manfred Stolpe (L-R) chat while Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer watches at the German lower house of parliament, Bundestag in Berlin May 31, 2005. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTRCYJ1
May 31, 2005
German Finance Minister Eichel, Transport Minister Stolpe and Defence Minister Struck chat at the Bundestag...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel, Transport Minister Stolpe and Defence Minister Struck chat at the ......
German Finance Minister Eichel, Transport Minister Stolpe and Defence Minister Struck chat at the Bundestag in Berlin. German Finance Minister Hans Eichel, Defence Minister Peter Struck and Transport Minister Manfred Stolpe (L-R) chat at the German lower house of parliament, Bundestag in Berlin May 31, 2005. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTRCD9W
May 25, 2005
German Finance Minister Eichel stands beside German Chancellor Schroeder before a meeting of the SPD...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel stands beside German Chancellor Schroeder before a meeting of the ...
German Finance Minister Eichel stands beside German Chancellor Schroeder before a meeting of the SPD parliamentary group in Berlin. German Finance Minister Hans Eichel stands beside German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) as SPD leader Franz Muentefering rings a bell before a meeting of the parliamentary group of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) in Berlin May 25, 2005. Schroeder said on Tuesday he favoured a personality-driven election campaign - a U.S.-style charisma contest that might distract from the economic gloom threatening to unseat him. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
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May 25, 2005
German Finance Minister Eichel talks to Justice Minister Zypries beside German Chancellor Schroeder and...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel talks to Justice Minister Zypries beside German Chancellor Schroeder ......
German Finance Minister Eichel talks to Justice Minister Zypries beside German Chancellor Schroeder and Muentefering before a meeting of the SPD parliamentary group in Berlin. German Finance Minister Hans Eichel (L) talks to Justice Minister Brigitte Zypries (2nd L) beside German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder and SPD leader Franz Muentefering (R) before a meeting of the parliamentary group of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) in Berlin May 25, 2005. Schroeder said on Tuesday he favoured a personality-driven election campaign - a U.S.-style charisma contest that might distract from the economic gloom threatening to unseat him. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
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May 17, 2005
German Finance Minister Eichel and Cardinal Lehmann present new Deutsche Post stamp honouring late Pope...
Mainz, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel and Cardinal Lehmann present new Deutsche Post stamp honouring late ......
German Finance Minister Eichel and Cardinal Lehmann present new Deutsche Post stamp honouring late Pope John Paul II on first day of stamps issue in Mainz. German Finance Minister Hans Eichel (L) and Cardinal Karl Lehmann, head of Germany's bishops, present an outsized version of the new Deutsche Post postage stamp honouring the late Pope John Paul II, during a ceremony to mark the first day of the stamps issue in Mainz, in south western Germany May 17, 2005. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
GERMANY
RTRAXFY
May 12, 2005
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel drinks water after news conference in Berlin May 12, 2005. Germany's...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Eichel drinks water after news conference in Berlin.
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel drinks water after news conference in Berlin May 12, 2005. Germany's federal government is likely to suffer a bigger shortfall in tax revenues this year than currently feared in Berlin, a source familiar with tax revenue estimates due to be published. REUTERS/ Tobias Schwarz TOB/JOH
GERMANY
RTRAX9X
May 12, 2005
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses the media in Berlin May 12, 2005. Germany's federal government...
Berlin, Germany
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses the media in Berlin.
German Finance Minister Hans Eichel addresses the media in Berlin May 12, 2005. Germany's federal government is likely to suffer a bigger shortfall in tax revenues this year than currently feared in Berlin, a source familiar with tax revenue estimates due to be published. Sign reads 'Finances' REUTERS/ Tobias Schwarz TOB/AA
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