BERLIN (Reuters) – The European Union has given its green light at working level for a rescue plan for ailing German lender NordLB, two sources told Reuters on Monday.
The EU experts view the recapitalization plan for NordLB not as state aid and see it as in line with the bloc’s competition rules, two people familiar with the decision said, adding that the European Commission will have the final say on the plan.
A NordLB spokesman declined to comment.
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