New governments could result in Euro membership delays

New governments could result in Euro membership delays


Apolitical shift and rising public deficits are likely to result in the European Union?s four new leading member states rolling back again their timetables for signing up to what is a symbol of European integration - the Euro, Deutsche Presse-Agentur (dpa) reported. Indeed, analysts have again been forced to push back the likely Euro membership dates for the leading EU newcomers - the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia - from the targets they had pencilled as recently as three months a...


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