Prodi warns Europe over devaluation

European Commission's president, Romano Prodi, warned Tuesday that it would be a "tragedy" if Europe responded to the plummeting dollar with devaluation. He also renewed his criticism of the stability and growth pact saying it did nothing to promote growth.

Speaking at a euro conference, Mr Prodi rebuked the growing number of calls from Paris, Berlin, and Rome for aggressive action to counter America's "weak dollar" strategy.

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