Duisenberg


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Duisenberg

(Dutch ˈdysːʊnˌberk)
n
(Biography) Willem Frederik, known as Wim. 1935–2005, Dutch economist; president of the European Central Bank (1998–2003)
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CDATA[ How can Gretta Duisenberg, widow of the former European Bank president, sue my friend the eminent Iranian-Dutch professor of philosophy and jurisprudence, Afshin Ellian, for calling her an "anti-Semite," when she calls herself an "anti-Semite.
Occasionally, Duisenberg even would purposely wrong-foot markets to keep them off balance.
Wim Duisenberg, the first president of the European Central Bank (ECB) and former Dutch Finance Minister, was found dead in a swimming pool at his home in Faucon, South-East France.
This speech was the last that Mr Duisenberg is scheduled to make before he retires on November 1.
Dealers said trading in Tokyo followed dollar buybacks for the euro and other currencies in overseas trading overnight on media reports quoting European Central Bank chief Willem Duisenberg as saying the statement issued at last month's Group of Seven (G-7) meeting may have been misunderstood.
At his last monthly briefing before handing over to Jean-Claude Trichet, governor of the Bank of France on November 1, the ECB's president Wim Duisenberg gave a cautiously upbeat assessment of the eurozone's hesitant economy.
Yad Vashem has strongly objected to the comparison between Israeli activities in the territories and Nazi actions during World War II made by Gretta Duisenberg, wife of the president of the European Central Bank.
THE Dutch public prosecutor's office yesterday dismissed a request to prosecute Gretta Duisenberg, wife of the European Central Bank president, for an alleged anti-Semitic comment.
Wim Duisenberg, presidente del Banco Central Europeo, anuncio hace un par de semanas que dejara su cargo a mediados del proximo ano.
And they say that bank chief Wim Duisenberg could face court charges.
With the new single currency the people of Europe have one more fundamental thing in common - their money, " ECB President Wim Duisenberg boasted as 12 clear stars with the bills sandwiched inside were lowered from the ceiling.
ECB President Wim Duisenberg said the quarter-percentage point increase to 4.