Greenspan says little doubt euro a sound currency

US - A belief that U.S. productivity, or output per worker, will continue to outstrip Europe's accounts for more robust demand for dollars over euros, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said in a speech on Friday.

"Clearly the euro readily meets all the key qualifications for a major international currency. Indeed, there can be little doubt that the euro is a sound currency,"

Greenspan told the Euro 50 Group, a Brussels-based organization that promotes discussion of European economic

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