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Transtasman currency union? Greek failure is reason not to, says Key

John Key sees no path for currency union because EU experiment has failed so dismally.

Nathan Smith
Mon, 16 Mar 2015

Prime Minister John Key says he has changed his mind about the wisdom of a currency union with Australia, drawing his conclusion from Greece and the European Union’s abysmal experience.

Mr Key says if he were the prime minister of Greece, he would leave the EU immediately and thinks New Zealand

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Nathan Smith
Mon, 16 Mar 2015
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Transtasman currency union? Greek failure is reason not to, says Key
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