-- It always seemed unrealistic. Now Europe's leaders are beginning to admit the 1999 deadline for monetary union won't be met. The latest hint of delay was a proposal by the European Monetary Institute, the European central bank-in-waiting, for a three-year phase-in period beginning in 1999.
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