Romania not rushing on euro entry - report

Romania will resist European Central Bank advice to bring forward its target date for adopting the euro, opting instead for a more cautious path towards the single currency, the Financial Times reported Friday 2 March, citing central bank governor Mugur Isarescu.

Isarescu told the Financial Times that while Romania, which joined the European Union in January, was on course to meet the Maastricht criteria for eurozone membership earlier than expected, he was keen to avoid rushing ahead until "r

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