Greater Risks for Taxpayers German Bundesbank Wary of IMF Help for Europe

European leaders last week agreed to outfit the International Monetary Fund with 200 billion euros to assist countries in the common currency zone. But Germany's central bank has its doubts: Some heavyweight countries are balking, and it also increases risks for German taxpayers.  
Jens Weidmann has kept Germany's Bundesbank on a conservative course.

Jens Weidmann has kept Germany's Bundesbank on a conservative course.

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cgh -- with wire reports