Dutch cb's Wellink on world inflation pressures

Dutch Central Bank President Nout Wellink said on Saturday 14 April to the International Monetary Fund that while global inflation pressures have receded they are still a concern.

"While the global outlook is favorable, it is not without risks," he said in a statement to the International Monetary and Financial Committee.

"Inflationary pressures have generally eased somewhat, but remain a concern as global capacity utilization has increased beyond the level of the previous cyclical boom in 2000,"

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