Poland’s Finance Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has said his country should wait until the euro zone becomes stronger before deciding whether to join the single currency.
“We are holding our fingers crossed for the euro zone to survive, to overcome its imminent problems... Surely, the convergence is not happening as the authors wished it,” said Morawiecki, who is also deputy prime minister.
Speaking to reporters in Warsaw, Morawiecki said: “We would like the euro area to be strong and then in...
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