"Monetary policy will remain accommodative for a long time and I can tell you that the (ECB) Governing Council is unanimous in committing itself to using the tools at its disposal to bring inflation back to just under two percent," Draghi, speaking through an interpreter, told Europe 1 radio.
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Referring to signs of growth elsewhere in the world economy, he said ECB policy would remain accommodative even "while other countries' monetary policy may gradually acknowledge recovery is taking place".
Draghi has in recent days signaled the bank was ready to use additional unconventional tools to spur inflation and growth. He gave no information of these, but noted: "Interest rates will remain low because they can't get much lower."
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On the efforts of countries such as France to push through measures to make their economies more competitive, he said: "The risk of doing too little is higher than the risk of doing too much. These reforms have been planned for years - now they must be implemented."