Poland still has euro doubts after decade in EU

Polish central bank publishes account of first decade in the ESCB

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The National Bank of Poland (NBP) may need two years to make the necessary technical adjustments to its operating system before it can join the eurozone, according to a special publication commemorating 10 years of membership in the European System of Central Banks (ESCB).

Poland joined the European Union, and the ESCB, in 2004. NBP president Marek Belka said the decision made him feel "proud that Poland was turning over a new leaf, beginning reforms... that we would be able to [en]act together

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