Oct. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Hungary has “mellowed” its view on euro adoption, central bank President Andras Simor said.
“We have mellowed our views” and “we are more careful about at what terms to adopt the euro,” Simor said in a speech in London today. “But we are so closely integrated that it’s not a question whether to adopt the euro.”
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