AMSTERDAM, April 7 (Reuters) - Dutch finance minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem said he will seek a stock market listing for Dutch bank ABN Amro only when a dispute over executive pay and banking ethics is resolved.
"I cannot name any term in which I will resume my proposal to let ABN Amro return to the market," Dijsselbloem wrote in a letter to parliament ahead of a debate on Thursday.
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