The European Central Bank should hold council meetings once a month rather than every two weeks, Bundesbank Vice President Juergen Stark said in remarks published on Feb 8, 2001. Stark, who is not a member of the ECB's council and has no say in ECB policy-making, told Boersen-Zeitung newspaper in an interview that the ECB was the world's only major central bank to meet every 14 days. "The ECB would be well advised if it does not meet every 14 days in future but only once a month," Stark was r
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