BELGIUM - European Central Bank Vice President Christian Noyer said on Tuesday there was no reason for the time being to increase the banks transparency by publishing minutes of the ECB's closed-door meetings, but did not rule it at some point in the future.
"We feel that including the balance of votes is not very helpful. Why? We feel it would run the risk (of blurring) the idea that we have a collegiate responsibility," Noyer told the European Parliament's Economic and Monetary Affairs Commi
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