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Draghi: Reforms must continue despite social cost

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FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — European Central Bank President Mario Draghi has acknowledged that austerity measures and economic reforms can have heavy social costs — but argues they are the way to a fairer society because they can reduce injustices such as widespread youth unemployment. Draghi's remarks Wednesday come two days after an election in his native Italy, in which a majority of...

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