Would Make Sense For Portugal To Seek Aid: Nowotny

VIENNA (Reuters) - It would make sense for Portugal to seek aid from the European Union bailout fund, although such a decision will be caught up in domestic politics, European Central Bank Governing Board member Ewald Nowotny said.

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