Kelvin Stott wrote:
Believe me, now is not exactly a good time to join the Euro, you should thank your lucky stars that Hungary managed to avoid being directly involved in this mess!
I could not agree more to that. For example, since the substitution of the Drachma by the Euro,
people in Greece were paid less and all the goods cost more. The Greek "problem" is not really
Greek, as the real problem lies to the other bad economies (and not only in Europe) of larger
countries with a LOT more population and much bigger debts than tiny Greece! My point is that,
only politicians will gain (big time) from this move, not the rest.
I won't add more to that, as I am getting way off topic, but would gladly discuss it in private.
And in any case, a Rubik's cube on a coin ALWAYS looks fantastic!!!