Eu-row continues

The row over how to spell the "euro" single currency was only partially solved this week when Lithuania (euras) and Slovenia (evro) agreed a compromise on the word but Latvia (eiro) and Hungary (euroo) said they plan to stick to their own spelling.

The spelling row threatens to overshadow the signing of the first European constitution in Rome later this month.

The EU had agreed in the 1990s that the single currency, the euro, should be spelt the same way everywhere. Only Greece - which has its

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