Central Europe and the euro - patience needed

This article from the Economist reflects on the cautious note the Bundesbank recently sounded on EU accession countries haste to enter the euro. Several central banks including Hungary and the Czech Republic have urged caution from their governments not to steam roller their way into the euro, the article says.

First published in The Economist, 24 July.

Don't rush into the euro, central bankers say

A year or so ago, when ten, mostly ex-communist countries were finishing negotiations to join the

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