Chancellor Gordon Brown has outlined the arguments for joining the euro, saying that UK trade with t...
Chancellor Gordon Brown has outlined the arguments for joining the euro, saying that UK trade with the eurozone countries could increase by 50% over the next 30 years.
UK national income could increase by 0.25%, adding £3bn annually.
Smaller companies would benefit from reduced volatility of currency exchange rates, and lower interest rates would help make borrowing cheaper for all businesses.
If the five tests are met, "the UK should join," he says.
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