Malta and Cyprus Could Get Euro in 2008

The European Commission and the European Central Bank are expected to approve a January entry into the euro zone for the two Mediterranean islands

Two Mediterranean islands - Malta and Cyprus - are expected to get a green light for joining the 13-strong eurozone next January, with both the European Commission and European Central Bank likely to give a positive evaluation this Wednesday (16 May).

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