Tough Times for German Savers Who's Responsible for Eurozone's Negative Interest Rates?

Vitor Constâncio spent eight years as the vice president of the European Central Bank. In an interview, he explains why not him or outgoing ECB head Mario Draghi are to blame for negative interest rates in the eurozone.
The European Central Bank building in Frankfurt, Germany

The European Central Bank building in Frankfurt, Germany

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