In an interview with the Belgian newspaper, the Mr Quaden, a member of the ECB's governing council, said that the central bank is hardly likely to leave interest rates at current low levels forever, "but that does not mean that the European Central Bank has already programmed an increase of its rates."
The interest rate for the eurozone has been at a historical low of
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