Merkel, Macron eye deeper eurozone integration after German election
BERLIN/PARIS, Aug 29 (Reuters) - The leaders of Germany and France said on Tuesday they are ready to press ahead with deeper European integration, promising a tighter euro zone at the core of the European Union shaken by Britain's vote to leave. French President Emmanuel Macron, elected in May on a pro-EU platform, said he wanted to strengthen Europe's single currency union in light of Brexit and pledged to announce proposals after Germany's election on Sept. 24.
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