ECB's Noyer questions strong dlr after US tariffs

FRANCE - European Central Bank Vice President Christian Noyer on Wednesday said the U.S. dollar was over valued against the euro and suggested new U.S. steel tariffs were the latest evidence of this.

Noyer is the second top ECB official to criticise the U.S. decision to impose tariffs on imported steel. Last week ECB President Wim Duisenberg described the U.S. move as deplorable and linked the move to the strength of the dollar.

"This decision is contrary to free trade principles and raises the

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