Deputy PM for Economy Ivan Mikloš attacked what he called “either deliberately misleading or incompetent” warnings from economic analysts of an impending currency crisis in Slovakia. The analysts, from the MESA 10 think tank that Mikloš himself founded, had based their claims on a European Commission report criticizing Slovakia’s record trade deficit and unemployment rate in 2001.
Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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14. Mar 2002 at 9:42