Skrzypek warns Poland against adopting the euro in final remarks


In his last article, written prior to the Smolensk air crash on Saturday, Slawomir Skrzypek, the late president of the National Bank of Poland, warned Poles not to rush into adopting the euro. Yet the central bank's stance on the euro may shift following his death.

In the article, published in the Financial Times on Tuesday in agreement with Skrzypek's wife, Dorota, and the central bank, Skrzypek warned that a rushed entry into the eurozone may hamper Poland's recovery plans.

"We must temper the

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