It was interesting that in the recommendations of the "North American Orthodox-Catholic Theological Consultation " that you linked me to, they recommended that: "the Catholic Church, as a consequence of the normative and irrevocable dogmatic value of the Creed of 381, use the original Greek text alone in making translations of that Creed for catechetical and liturgical use." because the new catechism states that the "filioque" which was later added to the creed, is also dogmatic (of course that would in no way deny the dogmatic truth of the original).
As of yet outside of this recommendation I haven't heard anything official.
If those in authority in the West (with no disrespect to the Orthodox) determine that the original Greek creed should be used then so be it, I will remain obedient to Church authorities.
Having said that, I fraternally hope that my Orthodox brothers will not take offense if I post or refer to an almost eight hundred year old catechism that (regardless of any official decrees that may come regarding the creed) was written by a very respected and affectionately loved Saint.