- So will Slovakia be changing their currency (switching to the euro), either
in the near or distant future?
- Eventually they will, but Not in the near future.
At 10:55 AM 4/5/2004, you wrote:
>So will Slovakia be changing their currency (switching to the euro), either----------
>in the near or distant future?
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> will Slovakia be changing their currencyBratislava hopes to adopt the euro in 2007. Some Western economists
consider it unlikely, some consider it unwise.
Slovenia, Estonia, some other new EU members hope for an equally early
date. So did Hungary, but it's beginning to put the date off. The Czech
R. says 2009-2010. Poland after 2010, or later.
Current Western estimates are that Slovakia may meet the EU euro criteria
by around 2009.
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