Slovak Officials want to adopt euro by 2009

Slovakia aims to introduce the euro by 2009 Finance Minister Ivan Miklos and central bank Vice Governor Elena Kohutikova said in interviews. Switching to the common currency will raise economic growth by 1 percentage point, Bloomberg reported Kohutikova as saying.

Source: Bloomberg

Slovakia, the fourth-largest country set to join the European Union in May, aims to adopt the euro by 2009 to boost the economy and cut companies' costs, Finance Minister Ivan Miklos and a central bank official said

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