Wellink clarifies position on Greece restructuring


The Netherlands Bank has maintained that its central bank does not see a restructuring of Greece's debt as a solution to the country's fiscal woes, refuting media reports that Nout Wellink, the president of the central bank, is open to the idea of extending the maturity of the sovereign's bonds.

On Monday media reports suggested that Wellink had broken ranks with the European Central Bank (ECB) after admitting he was open to the idea of extending maturities on Greek debt, considered a mild form

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