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ECB president Mario Draghi. (Daniel Roland, AFP)
ECB president Mario Draghi. (Daniel Roland, AFP)

Frankfurt - Mario Draghi has become the latest European policy maker to tell the US that it might be heading down the wrong path on trade.

The European Central Bank president used an appearance on Monday to tout the eurozone’s four-year recovery and say that the key risks are now from external factors. Then he turned his attention to the rhetoric coming from across the Atlantic.

“The neo-protectionist stances that have been stated in the United States are certainly of concern.”

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