Merkel, Sarkozy stress growth a eurozone priority, call for quick Greek accord

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The German and French leaders turn tack on austerity measures, insisting that boosting economic growth in the 17-nation eurozone is a priority.

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The German and French leaders stressed Monday that boosting economic growth in the 17-nation eurozone is a priority, a recognition that the focus on austerity cuts is unlikely to get Europe out of its debt crisis, reports The Washington Post.