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Draghi rejects German criticism, calls on Berlin carry its weight

``European Central Bank President Mario Draghi rejected German criticism of the bank's super-loose monetary policy on Wednesday, calling sub-zero interest rates a necessity and urging Berlin to share the burden with more spending.''
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