``Upward risks to price stability haven't receded but rather worsened,'' Liebscher, 67, said in an interview with Bloomberg in Vienna on Aug. 4. ``If we see, based on the data, that a further tightening of the relatively accommodative course is needed, then it will happen. We'll do what's needed at the right time.'
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