Barroso told reporters on Tuesday 4 March that the recent appreciation of the single currency was "a matter of concern in some sectors of our economy."
The euro, now at a record high against the greenback, is worth $1.5285, up 4.8% since the start of the year.
"The real question to consider is whether one should think about intervention," said Daniel Gros, the director of the
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