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By Christian Vits
FRANKFURT (MNI) - The future path of the European Central Bank's monetary
policy currently is less disputed than before, Governing Council member Francois
Villeroy de Galhau told an audience in Frankfurt earlier Wednesday.
"Past questions about the exit seem to have receded," Villeroy said at a
conference in Frankfurt. "At present there is very little debate among us in the
Council," he added.
At the same time, there is no reason for complacency. "We are closely
watching trade and foreign exchange risks as well as slow inflation," he noted.
Villeroy also expressed his belief that the link between unemployment and
therefore wage growth and inflation is still working. Given the robust economic
expansion, euro area countries should use the window of opportunity to make the
currency bloc more resilient, he said.
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