Hungary's PM says euro date needs more thinking

Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany said Tuesday 11 October that adopting the euro in 2010 needs more consideration because of the social implications of the budget spending reductions the move would require.

"The euro can be introduced in 2010 but as a Prime Minister I, and we (as the government) have to have other considerations, the social impact," Gyurcsany said at a press briefing held for foreign journalists working in Hungary.

"Decreasing aggregated public demand that much has to

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