Slovenia Cannot Expect to Introduce the Euro Before 2007, Says New Central Bank Governor
Ljubljana, 27 March - Slovenia could expect to introduce the common EU currency in 2007 at the earliest, the new governor of the Slovene central bank, Mitja Gaspari, told a private TV station on Tuesday evening. Gaspari however stressed that the country could not expect to join the EU in 2004 if its inflation rate remains at the current eight percent.
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