Polish President Wants Decision on Joining the Euro After 2015 Election


Poland should decide on its path towards euro accession following parliamentary elections due in the autumn of 2015, President Bronislaw Komorowski was quoted as saying on Monday.

The largest economy in Europe’s emerging east is obliged by the terms under which it joined the European Union in 2004 to adopt the single currency at some point. The government has not set a target date, however, and says it will not do so until it has seen the final shape of new euro zone institutions.

Opinion polls show a majority of Poles oppose joining the euro, whose members are grappling with stagnating growth and low inflation after a years-long debt crisis.

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