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The chancellor's dilemma now is whether to accept a well-qualified but non-teutonic ECB head, such as Italy's Mario Draghi , or to foist a less-qualified German candidate on the rest of Europe.
Until the start of this year it looked likely that Axel Weber, then the head of the German Bundesbank, would take over the ECB: a popular prospect with the German public and other onlookers who doubt the anti-inflationary zeal of the non-teutonic.
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