"I think the ECB is an organisation made up of its constituent parts and I really don't think that they have absolute independence," O'Neill told reporters. "They pay attention to the people that represent their constituent parts."
"In some ways they may be independent like (U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Alan)
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