Swedes to hold euro referendum

SWEDEN - Sweden gets the go ahead for a euro referendum from the government but as we reported last week deputy governor of the Swedish Central Bank, Eva Srejber, thinks 2006 is a realistic timetable for Sweden to enter EMU. Swedish trade unionists recently threatened that any referendum will fail unless Sweden's welfare system is guaranteed to be protected.

Sweden took another important step towards membership of the European single currency Sunday when the ruling Social Democratic party gave

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