"At the moment, I would not want to use this term," he told reporters at a press conference, five days after the ECB raised its interest rates for the seventh time since December 2005.
"I believe that against the background of above-potential growth and clear inflation risks in the medium to longer term, we would not yet give such an assessment," he added.
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