Poland sees itself as a future member of the euro zone but is in no hurry to adopt the euro, Marek Belka, president of the National Bank of Poland, said last Thursday. “Poland perceives itself as a future member of the euro zone but is avoiding haste on the matter for a number of reasons,” Mr Belka said in a speech. “The main reason is that we are not yet well-prepared to join the zone,” Mr Belka added. He also noted that Poland must be sure that the euro zone is in a stable position before it decides to join.
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