The Czech and Slovak plan to maintain a common currency, at least until summer, is unraveling fast. After the country split in two on Jan. 1, Slovaks, fearing a devaluation, caused a run on foreign reserves and a surge in black-market trading. Both nations are racing to start separate currencies by early February.
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