Years of weak growth have eroded euro zone productivity, raising the risk of permanent damage to its economic health, the European Central Bank’s president said on Thursday, underscoring his argument that monetary policy alone cannot end the bloc’s economic malady.
“There are many understandable political reasons to delay structural reform, but there are few good economic ones. The cost of delay is simply too high,” Mario Draghi told the Brussels Economic Forum.
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