MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Germany is easing its opposition to a bigger European bailout fund, officials said, smoothing the way for the world’s leading economies to secure nearly $2 trillion in firepower to prevent further fallout from the euro-zone’s sovereign debt crisis. Finance leaders from the Group of 20, meeting in Mexico City this weekend, are trying to build up massive international resources by the end of April to convince financial markets they can prevent the euro-zone’s deep problems from inflicting more damage on a still-fragile world recovery. …

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