Speech by Edward George, Bank of England, 20 Sep

SPEECH - In the speech George described the recent volatility of international stock markets as "hugely frustrating" and said that it was "very difficult to predict" whether the advantages of membership of the euro outweighed the risks for Britain's entry.

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Speech by The Rt Hon Sir Edward George, Governor of the Bank of England at the West Midlands Conference "20-20 Vision" in Birmingham on 20 September 2002.


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