Following elections “Forget about euro adoption” – states Polish bank

Following yesterday’s parliamentary elections, one of Poland’s leading banks, mBank, stated that the possibility of Poland ever to introduce the Euro currency is non-existent.


In a tweet made by mBank Research this morning, the institution stated that following the elections yesterday, Poland will never adapt the Euro as its currency. The post was picked up by Jakub Borowsk, chief economist at Credit Agricole Bank Poland, who replied that the earliest possible year for Poland joining the Euro zone would be 2023.

Poland has joined the European Union in 2004, however, it has still not adapted the Euro currency.

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