Poland moves closer to the euro

POLAND - The National Bank of Poland (NBP) and Finance Ministry officials have begun to prepare a long-term strategy on adopting the euro, a senior central bank official has said.

The strategy will outline how Poland plans to adjust its currency regime prior to entering the EU's monetary union as well as its fiscal policy plans for meeting entry criteria. Poland, slated to join the EU in 2004, is expected to seek euro membership a few years after accession.

The National Bank of Poland (NBP)

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