East EU's Currency Dilemma Resurfaces as Orban Sees CrossroadsBy
Euro may be more than economic choice, Hungarian premier says
Eastern Europe's biggest economies have resisted euro adoption
The European Union is facing a potential crossroads, with countries that use the euro targeting deeper integration, while others face the dilemma of whether to give up national powers or be left out, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said.
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