TUSK PESSIMISTIC OVER POLAND JOINING EURO.

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"There is currently no indication that in the 2015 legislative elections those in favour of eurozone accession will obtain a constitutional majority in parliament," Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk told the press in Warsaw, on 8 January. The Polish national currency, the zloty, is inscribed in the country's Consitution, and a two-thirds majority would be needed for Poland to adopt the euro instead. "Such a political situation would be very difficult...

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