16 January 2002 BRUSSELS–A whole series of rather complex and intertwined problems could jeopardize the smooth evolution of the European Union this year and by extension create major problems for the EU’s eastward enlargement. Following the introduction of the euro at the beginning of this year, the task of accepting up to 10 new members […]

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