EU Warns Against Isolating Non-Euro Nations As Brexit Vote LoomsBy
Dombrovskis says euro-area integration mustn’t create barriers
U.K.’s referendum on EU membership takes place in two weeks
Countries outside the euro area mustn’t become second-class members of the European Union, the bloc’s executive branch said, boosting the safeguards Prime Minister David Cameron obtained in his campaign to keep the U.K. in the EU.
As he outlined plans to further weld together the interests of the 19 euro-zone states, European Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis insisted that any moves to deepen monetary union shouldn’t be to the detriment of countries like the U.K. that don’t use the common currency.
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