ECB 'wrong' for letting euro strengthen-Berlusconi

Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has criticised the European Central Bank for allowing the euro to strengthen too much against the dollar, hurting eurozone exporters and boosting inflation.

"I am a diehard European, but I am not afraid to say that those who hold the reins of the single currency have done things completely wrong," Berlusconi said at a news conference in Milan, where he presented candidates from his Forza Italia political party for the mid-June European and regional

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