2012-04-15telegraph.co.uk

Having previously indicated that she wanted as much as $600bn more, she said at Brookings: "The needs now may not be quite as large as we had estimated earlier this year."

UK sources said she would be lucky to secure $400bn. Of that, the eurozone members have committed to contributing €150bn -- on top of their own bazooka -- leaving just $250bn to be gathered from other members.


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