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Bronislaw Komorowski

Greek crisis revives Polish debate over joining the euro

The possibility of a Greek exit from the euro is reviving debate in Poland about the wisdom of signing on to the joint currency, so much so that Poland's president warned this week that his country risks becoming a political lightweight if it sticks with its own currency, the zloty. President Bronislaw Komorowski's comments touch on a fear in Central Europe that the ultimate result of the crisis in Greece could be a two-speed Europe, a union permanently divided between the countries able to influence its direction, most of which use the euro, and those on the outside. The European Union has 28 countries that cooperate on issues including foreign affairs, agriculture and...