Re: like the worst kind of unruly playground
- From: lorad474@xxxxxx
- Date: 12 Jun 2006 21:02:37 -0700
"ladzius" <2130-690@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
The EU is no doubt concerned about whether to allow Poland, Hungary and
the Czech Republic to join the euro in the future. Those are big
economies. If they aren't financially stable by the time they sign up,
That is plain simply ridiculous.
No serious power force in Poland is interested in joining euro death zone,
at least not in the next 10 to 15 years.
Why the hell we should get rid ourselves of powerfull economical instrument?
And all that in times when we enjoy 2 to 3 times higher developments rate
then euro zone?
What more, further substantial strengthening of Polish Zloty is a done deal
in the long term.
Euro official are _begging_ Poland for concrete commitments on our side
as to when we plan to join euro. We will not, unless it is in our best interest.
At the moment it is not, and it won't be for a long time to come.
Smart decision on Poland's part.
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