Central Banking

Drink-driving Duisenberg faces fine

From the electronic Telegraph:

Wim Duisenberg, the former president of the European Central Bank, is due to appear in court on a drink driving charge.

"Police stopped Mr Duisenberg and took him downtown for a breathalyser test. He was two times over the legal drinking limit," a spokesman for the Amsterdam police said.

Mr Duisenberg had a chauffeur-driven car until he made way for Jean-Claude Trichet to become head of the ECB on November 1.

He is to appear in court on May 12. A spokesman for the

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