In an address read out by economic and monetary commissioner Pedro Solbes to an economic, Prodi said such a move might "temper the so-called 'solitude' of the European Central Bank by giving it a political counterpart."
"This voice would also represent the euro zone in different international bodies," he added.
He did not make any
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