Winding Road to the Euro

Ratajczyk, Andrzej
February 2013
Warsaw Voice;Feb2013, Issue 2, p39
The article discusses the reluctance of Poland to adopt Euro as its national currency. It argues that Poland does not meet the criteria of entering Euro as it has failed to control inflation, public debt and exchange rate fluctuations. It informs that the Polish Finance Ministry has put on hold the idea to enter Euro zone till the economic crisis in the Euro zone stabilizes.


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