Italy’s Draghi: eurozone governments must step up

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Mario Draghi, the governor of the Bank of Italy, on Friday said eurozone governments must drive the changes necessary to alleviate some of the tensions that bubble within the single currency zone, adding that the European Central Bank (ECB) could not be saddled with this task.

In comments to the Financial Times, a business newspaper, confirmed by the central bank, Draghi said the ECB's disputed bond purchase programme was not a fiscal measure. "When the ECB operates in these markets, it is not

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