The European Central Bank said it is not aware of any official request to bank president Wim Duisenberg to delay his retirement.
Reports Friday said that the Greek EU presidency has decided to ask the Dutchman to extend his term of office by six months.
Duisenberg is due to step down on 9 July, but his proposed successor, Bank of France governor
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