The Euro Is Creeping Into a Very Euroskeptic Country

The government has no policy to adopt it, the public doesn’t want it and the central bank is keen to keep control of interest rates.

The commitment to eventually switch to the euro was a key condition of joining the European Union. But after almost two decades, the Czech Republic — like all the largest post-communist

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