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European Central Bank head Mario Draghi says governments must ensure that pro-business reforms create economic benefits for everyone if the changes in worker protections are to find acceptance.Draghi has called repeatedly for countries to step up so-called structural reforms: to reduce bureaucracy, red tape and excessive rules governing business and hiring.Draghi spoke at an economic conference convened by the ECB, which conducts monetary policy for the 19 countries that use the euro, to explore how to promote economic reforms in the bloc.Draghi did not address the future of the bank's stimulus programs, such as its 60 billion euros ($71 billion) per month in bond purchases and zero benchmark interest rate.
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