Sweden: No new poll 'till 2010' if euro shunned

A No vote in Sweden's euro referendum would mean at least ten years before a new referendum could be held, prime minister Goran Persson said Sunday. He said a No vote would place Sweden "last in the queue" for entry to the single currency, the Financial Times reported.

Source: Financial Times

Swedes will not be able to join the euro until 2013 at the earliest if they reject the single currency in a referendum in two weeks, the prime minister warned yesterday.

Goran Persson said a No vote would

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