Balcerowicz, who in January described swapping the zloty for the common currency in three years as ``a desired strategy,'' said he can't predict when Poland will meet EU terms.
``I cannot say whether we will enter at that date or later, given the uncertainty with respect to the fiscal situation,'' the 57-year-old central banker said
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