Monday, December 10, 2001

At the India-EU summit, Atal Behari Vajpayee was asked if the Euro would be made a reserve currency for India. The prime minister paused, thought and while, and said: Indian tourists should not skip Europe while going to the US.
When an embarrassed official nudged him, Vajpayee corrected himself: "The question can be considered and a decision taken."
Turns out that the Euro is already a reserve currency in India, and only Vajpayee was unaware of it.

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