``In a SPIEGEL interview, Finnish Prime Minister Jyrki Katainen, 40, urges the crisis-hit countries of Southern Europe to issue bonds backed by state-owned assets and rejects a proposal to give the euro rescue fund a banking license. The euro zone, he says, is like a family in which some members broke their promise to respect the rules... SPIEGEL: Finland was also in a crisis in the 1990s and, thanks to such collateralized bonds, managed to come through without outside help.''

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