Duisenberg


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Duisenberg

Willem Frederik, known as Wim. born 1935, Dutch economist; president of the European Central Bank from 1998
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Duisenberg was a consensus politician, who understood that consensus inside the Governing Council could be a variable thing.
In its Friday edition, Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad quoted Duisenberg during her visit last week to the Palestinian Authority: "The Holocaust excepted, the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories is worse than the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands.
Prosecutors had been asked to investigate an incident as a possible hate crime when Duisenberg said she would seek six million signatures on a petition against Israeli military action in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Duisenberg has promised the bills will be the most sophisticated in the world.
A HEADMASTERLY lecture on inflation delivered in Dublin by European Central Bank President Wim Duisenberg has run up against a brick wall of scepticism in the capital.
Soon after Madame Fontaine's crusade against ruthless capitalism in the form of mergers and other things, the president of the European Central Bank, Wim Duisenberg, praised the increase of the very same.
European Central Bank President Wim Duisenberg on Thursday expressed support for remarks by Bank of Japan (BOJ) Governor Masaru Hayami hinting at an interest rate hike, saying it is a sign of Japan's economic recovery.
Miyazawa said it is up to European Central Bank (ECB) President Wim Duisenberg to deal with the continuing weakness of the euro, the common currency launched by 11 European countries in January last year.
EUROPEAN Central Bank chief Wim Duisenberg warns it could be "many years" before Britain is ready to sign up to the single currency.
Wim Duisenberg, President of the European Central Bank, thinks there will be an explosion of "electronic money".
After days of telephone talks and five hours of hard bargaining in Brussels, a deal was struck which means Dutchman Wim Duisenberg will be the first head of the European Central Bank.