Visco questions sufficiency of five presidents’ report

Italian governor stresses importance of political unity for the economic and monetary union

Ignazio Visco
Ignazio Visco, Bank of Italy governor

The "roadmap" outlined in a report by five presidents, Completing Europe’s Economic and Monetary Union, "might not be sufficient", according to the Bank of Italy's governor, who believes more ground needs to be made "on the side of political union".

The report was prepared by Jean-Claude Juncker, in close cooperation with Donald Tusk, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, Mario Draghi and Martin Shultz.

Speaking in Rome, Ignazio Visco said it is "worth proceeding along the roadmap" but some elements around, for

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