Slovenia Would Like to Fix the Tolar to the Euro Before Joining the EU
Brussels, 17 December - REVIEW/LEGISLATION/EMU
If Slovenia proves able to introduce a fixed exchange-rate between the tolar and the euro before it joins the EU, it will try hard that the EU would officially recognize this as a fulfillment of one of the requirements for integration into the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU). These are the words of Janko Tratnik of the Bank of Slovenia, who headed the Slovene delegation at Thursday's bilateral review of legislation for the chapter of EMU.
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