AFP COPENHAGEN - If Swedes reject the euro in a Sept.14 referendum, politicians and analystswarn that the decision would also slam the door shut on the single currencyfor the country's Danish neighbors, possibly for many years to come.Denmark, like Britain and Sweden, belongs to the European Union but hasopted to stay out of the 12-nation single currency zone.Since 53 percent of Danes voted against adopting the euro in a referendumthree years ago, the pro-euro government has done everything to make themreconsider, but a Swedish "no" vote could ruin all their efforts."A Swedish 'no' would ha...
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