Euro Hopefuls Agree Inflation the Toughest Criterion

Ljubljana, 25 April - Central bankers from Slovenia, Denmark, Lithuania and Estonia agreed that inflation is the toughest criterion that the countries have to meet to become eligible for the single European currency. Meeting in Ljubljana on Monday, they exchanged their experience with the ERM II mechanism, the euro waiting room, and outlined their problems.

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