Will Europe act on Draghi’s clarion call?
As the ECB president hands over to Christine Lagarde, Europe’s economy remains fragile
When the history of the European Central Bank is eventually written, where will Mario Draghi rank among its presidents and governing council members? The Italian bowed out of the Frankfurt-headquartered bank last week at the end of his eight-year term. The third president of the ECB has certainly had an eventful tenure. The view of him from Ireland is in contrast with his predecessor Jean Claude Trichet, who played a pivotal cameo role in Ireland’s...
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