Polish economists call for dismantling of eurozone, and new role for ECB

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The eurozone's strongest economies should quit the European single currency in a "controlled dismantlement" of the eurozone, leaving the euro as the common currency of Europe's less competitive economies, according to a working paper published by the National Bank of Poland.

Stefan Kawalec, a former vice-minister of finance in Poland, and Ernest Pytlarczyk, chief economist of local Commerzbank subsidiary BRE Bank, the fourth largest commercial bank in Poland, argue in Controlled Dismantlement of

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