Polish national bank urges fast euro entry

The National Bank of Poland has said Poland and other recent entrants to the European Union would be well advised to join the eurozone without delay.

Krzysztof Rybinski, the deputy head of the Polish central bank said early adoption of the single European currency would encourage more foreign investment and stimulate jobs and economic growth, Polish media reported Wednesday.

The 10 countries that joined the European Union Saturday aim to join the eurozone by around 2008, but most analysts think

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