"What strikes a lot of observers is that the Federal Reserve reacts very quickly to fluctuations in the world economy, whereas the ECB remains stable whatever the change," he told AFX News after a press conference.
"It's something we should be able to have a debate about (between EU member states)," he said.
"We talk a
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