Wellink calls euro debate a 'non-discussion'

The Dutch central bank has slashed its forecast for economic growth this year to 0.4 pct from 1.7 pct, president Nout Wellink said in an interview with de Volkskrant.

The economic performance in the last two quarters has been especially disappointing, Wellink said, noting that economic reforms will have to continue. "I think many Europeans are tired of all the changes, but did you really think that we could stop the clock of an ageing population for a couple years? Or that we can now say to the

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