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Not so dim really

1 August 2005 By Edward Hadas

Wim Duisenberg was ridiculed when he headed the European Central Bank. But he left it apolitical and committed to low inflation. The euro is now strong and bond yields are low. But Duisenberg, who died on Sunday, didn’t get what he most wanted low eurozone deficits.

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