Deutsche Bank AG would consider future "cooperation with Societe Generale but is not considering a full merger with the French bank, a Deutsche Bank spokesman said. "It is correct that the strategy of Deutsche bank in Euroland is going in the direction of cooperation with other financial institutions in the region, said the spokesman. He would not say with which banks the German group was considering joining forces. The spokesman said a Wednesday Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper article quoting Deutsche Bank chief executive Rolf Breuer on his views about Societe Generale reflected "theoretical ideas about how European banks may consolidate in the future. A spokeswoman for Societe Generale said the French bank was not aware of any proposal from Deutsche Bank for an alliance between the two and added Societe Generale chairman Daniel Bouton had first read about Deutsches plans in Wednesdays paper.