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Euro debate ignites in East European Union states

Some say joining the bloc will help their economies, but there are many obstacles


WHILE Greece may be at risk of an unplanned exit, policymakers in the European Union's east are reopening the debate about whether to join the euro area after years of shunning the currency during the global financial crisis.

In the Czech Republic, the prime minister said on

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