Polish euro entry may be hampered by reserves

Poland's finance minister said Wednesday that if the central bank refuses to release the revaluation reserve it will entry to the euro difficult for Poland in 2007.

Source: PAP news agency

Minister of Finance Grzegorz Kolodko said on Wednesday [2 April] that the central bank's refusal to free the revaluation reserve would make it impossible for Poland to enter the euro zone in 2007.

In a public finance reform programme, the Ministry of Finance proposed that 9bn zlotys [about 1.42bn pounds] of the

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