Jan. 1 (Bloomberg) -- The euro may become the world’s leading currency in a decade, Christian Noyer, European Central Bank governing council member, said in an interview with the French weekly Journal du Dimanche.
The euro already has become the second-leading reserve currency after the U.S. dollar, the newspaper said, citing Noyer. If countries in Europe apply the decisions made in Brussels in December, the zone will emerge stronger, Noyer said, according to the newspaper.
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